Olympic Athletic Club General Manager Mark Durall saw a problem brewing and took steps to stop it. What happened next saved his club and the industry time and money—and it’s something anyone could do.
Kaitlynn Anderson Fernandez
It’s vital health clubs build a relationship with their representatives and senators, but don’t just take our word for it. Congressman Ron Kind agrees and he’s been sponsoring the PHIT Act for 10 years.
Music can set the mood in your club, but music could cost you more than you initially planned if you aren’t careful.
If you have questions about music copyright laws and your gym, IHRSA’s Helen Durkin has the answers for everything from if there are exemptions to copyright fees to how the laws are enforced.
Starting your journey with the end in mind isn’t the only advice Lynne Brick of Brick Bodies has, but it’s one everyone in the fitness industry needs to remember.
The World Health Organization is turning to the fitness industry to help prevent the leading causes of death globally. First, we need to innovate to get more people into gyms, says the WHO’s Dr. Fiona Bull.
The industry is in a state of change unlike anything Healthplex Sports Club General Manager Dennis Mathias says he has experienced—making it an exciting time to be a business leader.
For Greta Wagner, every crisis is just a problem ready to be solved. The trick is reminding yourself that one way or another, the solution will always come. Move through each challenge calmly, and never be afraid to ask for help.
For Rochester Athletic Club’s Matt Remick, the ability to spread positivity and impact members’ lives is what makes being a leader in the fitness industry so rewarding.
The summit, held before Special Olympics, aims to get organizations out of their silos and work together to make the fitness industry more inclusive of people with intellectual disabilities.