Start a conversation with your members about nutrition with these easy-to-implement suggestions.
Wellness & Community Programming
Don't let your aging members fall back on the same routine every time they come to your gym. Give them a circuit training workout that will continue to challenge them!
Since February marks American Heart Month, we've put together some easy ways your gym can promote healthy hearts for your members well past Valentine's Day.
Three essential ingredients are required to achieve a healthy lifestyle, but one of them—sleep—is too often overlooked.
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 accomplish their goals with these seven easy tips from club owners like you.
70% of U.S. adults are unfit to serve in the armed forces. We asked U.S. Army Brigadier General Blake Williams how gyms can help reverse this trend.
Help your members stay motivated and fight the urge to drop their fitness routine with these seven tips.
Wondering how your club can form a relationship with the medical community? We've compiled everything you should consider to get started.
More than 100 million Americans live with diabetes. That's why IHRSA has put together a list of ways your gym can improve the lives of your members who live with diabetes.
Many gyms offer specialized programs to help cancer patients manage their health. Here are some ideas to help you start a program of your own.
There are many ways your gym can work with local schools to encourage and instill healthy habits in children. Learn from three successful programs.
It’s never too early for club operators to start planning for the post-New Year influx of people ready to get healthy and lose weight as part of their resolutions.
Launching a health promotion program may seem like a big undertaking, but these three simple steps will help you determine where to begin.
Clubs Fit proves that gyms provide the perfect place for people to gather and share their stories about their fitness journeys.
Many clubs that offer community programs aren't in it for the business benefits. But giving back often has its perks.
GIVE Fitness challenges the conventional health club business model by prioritizing the needs of the people they service over financial gains.
The Francos created a health club culture centered around families and community long before other clubs got on board.
Exercise is beneficial for older adults who want to stay healthy as they age, and health clubs provide opportunities to help them meet their fitness goals.