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Fitness equipment brand Keiser UK has promoted Garry Spreadborough to the position of UK key account manager. He rises up the ranks from regional business ... Read more
A third of fitness professionals are considering or have considered leaving the physical activity sector, an industry report is set to reveal. Lifetime Fitness and ... Read more
The University of Warwick is building a £49m (US$64.6m, €54.9m) sports and wellness hub in a bid to become the “most physically active higher education ... Read more
IAAPA has announced its winners for this year’s Brass Ring Awards, recognising a number of companies at the annual IAAPA expo for their achievements in ... Read more
A string of product houses have signed a partnership deal with spa and wellness training specialist The Training Room. Decléor, Sweet Squared/CND Shellac, Spa Find ... Read more
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is predicted to be the leading exercise trend next year, taking top spot from wearable technology, according to the latest survey ... Read more
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Zumba Fitness, LLC
British Rowing and British Triathlon have signed a new partnership to integrate their indoor products in a bid to increase engagement in gyms. The national ... Read more
Pool equipment from the London 2012 Olympics has found a new home following the opening of a £7.5m (US$9.8m, €8.4m) leisure centre in Birmingham. In ... Read more
The head of Drayton Manor Theme Park in Tamworth, Staffordshire, has collected an OBE for his lifetime services to leisure tourism, his philanthropy, and charity ... Read more
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help train swimming teachers and volunteer lifeguards at Britain’s oldest operational swimming baths. The Moseley Road Baths are ... Read more
Mental health providers should integrate personal training programmes into their patients’ treatment plans, a new study suggests. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University ... Read more
A research project by spinal injury charity Aspire and the University of Birmingham will help establish best practice for training and employing disabled people in ... Read more
Focus Training
Focus Training
A proposal to transform a Welsh reservoir into a landscaped leisure and activity destination has been approved by Pembrokeshire County Council. The £4m plans from ... Read more
The winners of this year's international architectural awards for sports and leisure facilities have been announced at a ceremony during the 25th IAKS Congress. The ... Read more
Boutique fitness brand Third Space is investing £50m (US$65.7m, €56.8m) in new clubs as part of a five-year expansion plan in London, starting with two ... Read more
An £18m (US$23.5m, €20.7m) neighbourhood hub with a state-of-the-art leisure centre is being developed with a focus on being dementia-friendly. The 6,500sq m (70,000sq ft) ... Read more
Larkfield Leisure Centre is being redeveloped to include three new studios to meet the growing demand for group exercise in the area. The facility in ... Read more
Fitness First Australia will begin the rollout of 24/7 access to its clubs this month, offering members the freedom to train when they want. The ... Read more
Active IQ
Active IQ
Workshop Gymnasium founder Lee Mullins plans to focus growth of his studios within the Bulgari Hotel brand, with the training concept due to open in ... Read more
More than 1,400 swimming teachers across the UK will join a major new training framework designed to combat the national shortage in qualified instructors. The ... Read more
Working out in a group lowers stress by 26 per cent and significantly improves quality of life, according to a new study. Researchers at the ... Read more
The fitness industry must do more for instructors by increasing salaries and investing in training, according to Jean-Ann Marnoch, instructor experience director at Les Mills ... Read more
Scotland plans to roll-out 'The Daily Mile' scheme to all educational facilities and workplaces in a bid to tackle obesity in the country. Currently, the ... Read more
Virtual fitness provider Wexer has purchased London-based mobile app development company Connected Fitness Labs (CFL) for an undisclosed sum. CFL – a standalone subsidiary of ... Read more
A state-of-the-art outdoor cycle track will become the first of its kind in Scotland as construction nears completion. The Fife Cycle Park is scheduled to ... Read more
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