“CBI is the best magazine in the industry. The great quality of the people and companies reported on inspires me to be a better operator and leader in the fitness industry.”

Rasmus Ingerslev

Repeat Fitness, Denmark

Highlights of this issue include:

  • A TMPL to Fitness: This club celebrates “cool” design
  • The Tech-Savvy Trainer : Fitness instruction goes digital
  • A Firm Foundation: Stability programs yield results
  • Kubes, Nerds, ZUU: Nifty new programming notions
  • First Person: Jacqueline Antunes, IHRSA’s senior manager for Latin America, explores the many exciting new developments in this dynamic market
  • F.I.T. Extra: With continuing improvements and enhancements, stationary bikes hold their own on the fitness floor
  • First Set: Mentors are critical to succeeding in times both good and bad, suggests IHRSA Chairperson Derek Gallup
  • IHRSA Board Members: IHRSA is pleased to introduce new board members Brad Wilkins and Carrie Kepple
  • Best Practices: Jason Reinhardt on leads; and Helen Durkin on non-compete/non-disclosure agreements
  • Grow, Promote, Protect: Given tech-proliferation, keeping club members’ data secure is more important than ever
  • Value Propositions: Innovation, proactive solutions, and its intellectual property keep Digilock in the lead Growth and deeper market penetration have made Virtuagym a B2C and B2B success
  • Last Rep: Focus is key to hitting the “sweet spot” of success, attests Joe Moore, the president and CEO of IHRSA