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Scandinative, a brand new Nordic spa-themed wellness concept will land in Alexandria, Washington DC, in 2023. In an exclusive interview with Spa Business, Suzanne Corcoran, ... More
Wearable technology, outdoor exercise activities and strength training are among the trends expected to shape the worldwide fitness industry during 2022. The annual ACSM’s Health ... More
Exercise has been highlighted as a crucial weapon in cancer patients’ battle against the disease. Research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Perth, Australia, has ... More
The global fitness industry has been shocked and saddened by the death of Steve Tharrett, co-founder of industry insight firm, ClubIntel, on 22 December. Tharrett ... More
Each year ACSM’s Health and Fitness journal releases the top fitness trends for the following year, and there was no surprise when wearables trumped the ... More
Cancer survivors should undertake a minimum of 90 minutes of aerobic and resistance training each week, according to new guidelines published in the Medicine & ... More
Fitness On Demand
Fitness On Demand
According to ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal, wearables trumped the top spot for trends in 2019. However, the question between Myzone or wrist trackers still ... More
Wearable tech has made a comeback as the 'hottest fitness trend' for 2019 – with group training, HIIT and programming for the elderly also expected ... More
Myzone, delivers a wearable and digital technology solution for the fitness industry. With the intent to amplify facility owner experiences, Myzone has released new features: ... More
A new study has suggested that there is an "urgent need" for evidence-based guidelines around high-intensity interval training (HIIT) – including the setting of a ... 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 ... More
Ford Motor Company is leading the way in supporting a fit and healthy workplace by becoming the first UK corporate customer of Life Fitness to ... More
ukactive
ukactive
Physical activity trackers are more likely to motivate people to get physically active if their use is coupled with wellness coaching – according to a ... More
The ukactive Research Institute has ‘come of age’ according to ukactive operations director Geraldine Tuck, who will today (11 February) announce a major breakthrough in ... More
Having been named the biggest fitness trend of 2016 by the ACSM recently, wearable tech is continuing to dominate proceedings at the annual CES technology ... More
Weight loss apps are no more effective in helping overweight people shed pounds than a paper flier from the doctor’s office, according to a new ... More
After years of hype and expectation, wearable technology will finally take its place in the mainstream of fitness in 2016. That’s according to the American ... More
It’s often said that you get what you pay for, and it seems that fitness apps which cost nothing provide little more than that, according ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
Body weight training looks set to be the hottest exercise trend for the health and fitness sector in 2015, according to the American College of ... More
Olympic legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee has joined forces with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) with a shared vision to transform the health of families ... More
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has released results of a survey predicting the worldwide top 10 fitness trends for 2014. Leading the way ... More
Sports and physical activity advocates are calling for better urban planning to ensure people with disabilities can keep active, as World Physical Activity Day approaches. ... More
Running may produce more dramatic weight loss results than walking, according to research to be published in the April edition of Medicine & Science in ... More
A survey on fitness trends has confirmed the re-emergence of body weight training by naming it among the top hot exercises for the future. Body ... More
Adding a vital sign for exercise as an assessment tool in clinical settings could improve patient care, according to research published in the official journal ... More
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