The fitness industry had some major victories since our last check-in, and we should all celebrate! But the fight isn't over, and IHRSA is continuing to monitor potential threats.
Migros’ portfolio grows in Germany with a new acquisition, easyGym heads to France, and all eyes are on the London boutique scene.
Health clubs also served 183 million members worldwide in 2018, speeding toward IHRSA’s goal of attaining 230 million health club members by 2030.
A Massachusetts health club rebuilds two years after a destructive fire, smartphone use in gyms becomes a contentious issue, and more fitness industry news.
You might need to rethink how you compensate your gym's employees if these proposed Department of Labor laws go into effect.
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.
Gym membership surpasses 62 million, up 2.6% from 2017 numbers, according to new IHRSA data.
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?
More than 12,000 fitness industry professionals attended IHRSA 2019 in San Diego, March 13-16. Here’s a peek at the event’s top moments.
A lot has already happened in the 2019 legislative season. Here’s a look at legislation that could impact your gym, from the good (a sales tax defeat) to the bad (unfair and harmful regulations).