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Premier Global NASM, which is owned by US-based Ascend Learning, has announced it's winding up its operations in the UK. It is not clear why ... More
Ness, a US startup that is developing a range of wellness-driven credit cards, has launched its first product, the Ness Rewards app, with longer-term plans ... More
New fitness franchise, Circuit Society, has signed its first London location in Bayswater. The 3,000sq ft (280sq m) micro-gym, run by franchisee Liz Benjamin, will ... More
The health, fitness and activity sector is ramping up its sustainability drive to net-zero with the launch of a new alliance called the Sport Environment ... More
English rail industry body Rail Delivery Group has launched a rewards platform to support commuters returning to work after the government has eased Covid-19 restrictions. ... More
Encouraging people to plan their gym visits in advance, offering small incentives and sending text reminders to members ahead of their workout sessions can help ... More
Fitness On Demand
Fitness On Demand
A "significant majority" of the UK's swimming teachers and aquatic professionals feel that swimming excludes some groups and communities. The finding comes from a study ... More
VAT reform, adjustments in business rates and a fitness-led high street regeneration push could see the UK's fitness sector gain 5 million more paying members ... More
The UK government has unveiled plans for a pilot scheme, aimed at using financial rewards and other incentives to encourage people to exercise more and ... More
Over a third of real estate investors intend to buy more hotels across Europe, according to the latest research from real estate advisory firm Cushman ... More
The UK government is exploring whether incentivising people financially to take part in physical activity could help drive down obesity levels. Sir Keith Mills, who ... More
Industry body ukactive has intensified its challenge to overturn the government's decision to ban group exercise in tier 3 areas in England after more regions, ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
Gyms, health clubs, leisure centres and fitness studios in England are back in business today as the one-month lockdown ends. Many gyms opened their doors ... More
This year's UK government Spending Review, announced in Parliament by chancellor Rishi Sunak on 25 November, offers the physical activity sector opportunities to "transform communities", ... More
Gyms, health clubs and leisure centres will be able to open their doors when the current lockdown measures in England come to an end on ... More
The government has pledged to invest £100m in supporting public leisure centres this winter, as part of a £1bn additional support package for local councils. ... More
Bans on meal deals, stricter rules on food advertising and printing calorie contents on menus are among the measures introduced in the government's new anti-obesity ... More
Sports clubs and community activity groups hit by the COVID-19 lockdown will be able to benefit from emergency funding up to £20,000, thanks to a ... More
Providing digital fitness content is emerging as a critical value driver for health club operators during the coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown, according to a wide-ranging study ... More
IAAPA has joined with 81 other organisations representing hundreds of thousands of businesses employing millions, with the collective calling on the US government to ensure ... More
Award-winning booking platform fibodo, has appointed Brian Dunne as a non-executive director to its board, as it looks to increase distribution of its products within ... More
Rising workplace stress among employees has led companies to increase their investment in incentives as rewards – with wearable fitness gadgets among the most popular ... More
MAD Architects have inserted a number of organically-shaped bubbles into the fabric of Beijing's Qianmen district to provide new space, new use cases and incentives ... More
The outgoing chief medical officer, professor Dame Sally Davies, has called for urgent action across the industry – and the public sector – to help ... More
New Barnet Leisure Centre in North London has become the second new facility to open its doors following a £44.9m investment by Barnet London Borough ... More
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