Commit to Get Fit launched 30 years ago. What lessons can we learn from three of the original participating clubs?
Alexandra Black Larcom
Pennsylvania lawmakers recognize “Every Kid Healthy Week."
Not only are gyms the perfect place for people who want to lose weight, they’re also in an ideal position to their help members keep it off.
In three steps, your club could tap into a new opportunity and help address a significant health problem.
According to the CDC, more than 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes, a condition in which blood sugar is elevated, but not yet to the levels of type 2 diabetes. Most people do not know they have prediabetes—only 11.6% of people with the condition are aware.
In 2018, Medicare changed the rules to allow non-clinical centers (like gyms) to be reimbursed for Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) services. Let's talk about how your club can leverage new opportunities in diabetes prevention.
Help your members accomplish their goals with these seven easy tips from club owners like you.
Nearly 11% of all health club members join their gyms in January, but 80% of New Year's resolutions are abandoned by February. Here's how to help your members beat the odds.
Help your members stay motivated and fight the urge to drop their fitness routine with these seven tips.
Worksite wellness, also called corporate wellness, may be the solution to sedentary lifestyles. And gyms—a natural partner—stand to benefit.