The “experience” generation is set to give the fitness industry a boost, as long as business is willing to keep up. Is a new NYC boxing studio up to the task?
How do you realize your career goals when you have no direction? Debbie Peterson breaks it down.
Working out at home might be taking hold, an analysis explores exercise as mental health disorder prevention, and more fitness news.
Malls find new stride with health and fitness businesses. And some top industry companies announce big changes.
A motivated personal training team can boost sales revenue and membership at your health club—but creating and fostering such a group can be a challenge.
An actor and a former NFL star are investing in fitness chains, innovative water aerobics courses in D.C. are attracting larger audiences, and Mashable is taking a look at the latest fitness tech.
A Massachusetts health club rebuilds two years after a destructive fire, smartphone use in gyms becomes a contentious issue, and more fitness industry news.
Working out around others can be daunting. But luckily, with the rise of new technology, innovative business leaders, and a push to create a more inclusive gym environment, it’s becoming easier to get active.
The first virtual reality gym opened in San Francisco, and a new study finds that people who know about the perils of inactivity are more likely to exercise—raising the question: Is knowledge power?
A growing number of gyms are recognizing the business value of incorporating “Instagram-worthy” design.