Health Club Management November December 2016

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THE HOTTEST NEW PRODUCTS OF LI 016 ClubWise aids retention ClubWise used the event to introduce the FitSense app. This member engagement and retention tool works by converting members into regular, habitual gym users. FitSense helps members turn gym attendance into an enjoyable habit by satisfying the member’s key emotional drivers and thus stimulating a healthy obsession with getting fit. KEYWORD


Stairmaster HIITs the spot Core Health and Fitness is launching a new high-intensity experience under its Stairmaster brand with the HIITMill and HIITMill X. This new speed and strength training tool is designed to build explosive power when used in a high intensity interval training programme. It captures the benefits of pushing, driving and sprinting with resistance. The HIITMill X is a selfpowered, non-motorised, portable training tool that offers the benefits of sled training, lateral training and speed and agility training. KEYWORD

CORE HEALTH & FITNESS Craig Young: Bells, walls, tyres & bikes Craig Young Consulting introduced several new products to the market at LIW. Ergonomic and versatile NuBells can be used as hand weights or slipped onto curl and straight bars in seconds. They have been proven to alleviate stress on the wrists and elbows. Another product, the Training Wall, is a versatile, space-saving piece of fitness equipment. It can be completely customised and offers a range of accessories. TireFlip 180 by The Abs Company


Escape’s new Deck 2.0 offers 16 configurations

Gym Gear’s Tornado Airbike has a dual-action design which delivers a full body workout, and over 20 per cent more resistance than its competition. Also launched was TireFlip 180, manufactured by The Abs Company. It is a new functional training device that offers all the benefits of tyre training in a safe, space-saving design. It has added weights stored neatly inside, plus rope anchor points and attachments.

Hypervibe delivers good vibrations HyperVibe took the opportunity at LIW to release its new commercial Whole Body Vibration Machine Galaxy G25. The Galaxy is capable of reaching G-force of up to 25 Gs, but gives almost no head vibrations due to its side-to-side action. KEYWORD KEYWORD

CRAIG YOUNG Escape raises its levels Escape’s new Deck 2.0 is designed to be used in three different modes: Step, Ramp and Bench. Within this, it offers 16 different confi gurations for step, bodyweight, plyometric, resistance and strength training exercises. It features an anti-slip rubber top surface, adjustable backrest supported by strong steel tubing and integrated storage for quick access to hand weights or resistance bands. KEYWORD


Jordan: To the max Jordan launched CorMax Bags. These are water fillable, reinforced PVC functional training products that allow numerous lifting movements. The water makes the movement unpredictable, which challenges every muscle in the body. Also from Jordan are the Ignite V2 Studio Barbells. With a range of customisation options, the barbells feature an innovative anti-roll design and a locking mechanism to keep discs in place. KEYWORD



Jordan’s new CorMax bags can be filled with water

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