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Nautilus, a strength training brand owned by Core Health & Fitness, has created an award recognising best in class fitness facilities around the globe.

Facilities who meet the criteria set out by Nautilus will be awarded Nautilus Trusted Strength Centre status, with winners decided by a Core committee, who will ensure facilities meet their standards.

In addition to being known as a Nautilus Trusted Strength Centre will also become part of Core's network of top fitness facilities.

Jon Theil, director of Nautilus Products, said: "When a facility showcases new and innovative products like the Nautilus Glute Drive or includes the Inspiration line withing hteir circuit training, they differentiate themselves from the competition. These types of solution products exemplify the selectorised strength training methodology that helped to define this legacy brand."

"I am excited to see a continued desire from our customers to become recognised as a Nautilus Trusted Strength Centre. The enthusiasm of representing Nautilus not only continues the legacy built by Arthur Jones, it also spotlights new and innovative designs that can only be found within the Nautilus brand."

The company has awarded the title to more than 10 facilities worldwide, including the UK-based Underground Gym.

Underground Gym director Alan McGuinness said: "Here at Underground Gym our members tend to turn up, a lot. This means that our equipment is in constant use throughout the day. It is important to us that not only is the equipment visually pleasing, but functional and robust too. Nautilus for us covers all these bases. They are also easy to work with and tend to be responsive to their clients needs. Thumbs up from us."

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Core Health & Fitness
Core Health & Fitness is the world’s largest privately-held marketer and distributor of commercial fitness solutions to health clubs, community recreational centres, hotels, government, educational facilities and more. Core markets its products under the iconic brands Star Trac®, StairMaster®, Nautilus® and Schwinn®. Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, with over 400 employees, Core serves a global customer base. Core maintains sales, engineering and service offices throughout the United States (Vancouver, WA; Lake Forest, CA; Independence, VA) as well as in the United Kingdom (High Wycombe), Germany (Munich), Spain (Barcelona), Poland (Poznan) and Brazil (Sao Paulo).

We offer the commercial fitness and health club marketplace an unmatched portfolio of brands including Star Trac® fitness equipment solutions, StairMaster® HIIT products, Nautilus® commercial strength products and Schwinn® indoor cycling bikes.
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Nautilus, a strength training brand owned by Core Health & Fitness, has created an award recognising best in class fitness facilities around the globe.
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