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Get social media tips from The Apprentice candidate Katie Bulmer-Cooke

Former Apprentice candidate Katie Bulmer-Cooke gives her tips on making social media work for you

Legend

Advanced recreation software is a big hit with leisure operators both sides of the Atlantic

HCM's fitness trends for 2016

The Health Club Management team looks at emerging trends and influences, and identifies opportunities for industry growth and diversification

Do you know what your members do once they're in your gym?

Access control systems have long provided operators with attendance data – but the latest products can tell you what customers do once they’re in the building. Rhianon Howells reports

Friend or foe?

In the second part of their internet middlemen series, Stephen Tharrett and Mark Williamson of ClubIntel take an in-depth look at US market leader ClassPass

Pulse promotion

For over 35 years Pulse has been providing fitness and leisure solutions to organisations worldwide. In that time it has worked with a variety of different sectors including the military, educational institutions, public sector gyms, private leisure clubs and premium hotels and spas, to offer bespoke fitness solutions for every need.

Gladstone

Gladstone’s Learn2 software has revolutionised course management, with benefits for both customers and the bottom line

Home delivery

Streaming exercise classes into the home shouldn’t be seen as a threat to health clubs and leisure centres, say the experts. In fact, it could be the way to engage more people with exercise. So will it become a widespread trend? Kath Hudson reports

Training like a champion

How are elite athletes using activity tracking devices? We speak to Jazmine Butcher, Joanna Rowsell, Mark Beaumont and Cassie Patten to find out how this technology is enhancing their training

Gladstone

Every successful leisure business strives to provide consistent, high-quality service to its customers. But behind every seamless customer experience there is a raft of back-of-house administrative tasks that are no less essential to business success
interview

The global network

We’ve made a big bet and believe we can be the brand that owns health and fitness

PT vs technology

Technology is moving at a dizzying pace. With advanced robots coming to the UK this year and exercise apps increasingly widely used, is technology set to push personal trainers out of a job?

miha

In just 20 minutes per week expect the unexpected: EMS-based hybrid training method has arrived in the UK to maximise your clients’ results

At the touch of a button

Software companies are creating solutions to manage an endless range of bookings, from spa treatments and badminton courts to group exercise classes and even the instructors themselves. Abigail Harris investigates the latest products

The advent of Apple

What does the arrival of the Apple Watch mean to the gym industry? Technology expert Bryan O’Rourke offers his views

Question time

SIBEC Europe in Madeira opened with an industry debate. Chaired by editor of Health Club Management Kate Cracknell, the discussion covered wearable tech and Sports Direct’s £5 memberships

Wearing it well

Jak Phillips rounds up some of the latest innovations in health and fi tness wearables – a market that’s expected to be worth US$2bn by 2018

Ask the experts

As we gear up for 2015, what looks set to drive growth of the sector? What will be the challenges and opportunities over the coming 12 months, and how should we respond?

Intelligent systems

With reams of membership data available at the touch of a button, how can clubs use the information they have at their fingertips to make smarter business decisions? Kate Langrish reports

Cool customer

Vasper, a hi-tech fitness system based on cooling and compression, has been designed to reproduce the effect of a high-intensity anaerobic training session – in just 20 minutes. Katie Barnes reports

Gladstone

One of the early adopters of the Gladstone MobilePro app explains how it has improved their business

Social addiction

Manraaj Sunner offers his advice to operators wanting to develop an effective social media campaign

Integrated technology

Virtual classes, networked bikes and heart rate monitors: how can club operators make use of today’s technology to maximise the impact of group exercise classes? Kath Hudson reports

Fitness of the future

The future is here. Tech-savvy exercisers are using apps and devices to take health and fitness into their own hands, and with the tech giants set to enter the fitness sector, a revolution is coming. Is your club ready? Kath Hudson reports
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Featured supplier: The Retention People unveil 2020 Member Experience Awards winners
Member engagement software provider The Retention People (TRP) has unveiled the winners of its annual 2020 Member Experience Awards (MEA).
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Featured supplier: Core Health & Fitness announces partnership with Énergie Fitness Iberia
Core Health & Fitness is proud to have signed an exclusive supplier agreement for the roll- out of all projected clubs with Énergie Fitness Iberia over the next seven years.
Featured supplier: The Retention People unveil 2020 Member Experience Awards winners
Member engagement software provider The Retention People (TRP) has unveiled the winners of its annual 2020 Member Experience Awards (MEA).
Company profile: Harlands Group
Harlands Group is the leading provider of membership management services to leisure operators, processing over ...
Company profile: Bungee Super Fly
We have developed our own Bungee harness and cords with CE certificate....
PENDEX | Simply Ingenious
Pendex
It trains humans better than humans train humans. Read more
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features

Get social media tips from The Apprentice candidate Katie Bulmer-Cooke

Former Apprentice candidate Katie Bulmer-Cooke gives her tips on making social media work for you

Legend

Advanced recreation software is a big hit with leisure operators both sides of the Atlantic

HCM's fitness trends for 2016

The Health Club Management team looks at emerging trends and influences, and identifies opportunities for industry growth and diversification

Do you know what your members do once they're in your gym?

Access control systems have long provided operators with attendance data – but the latest products can tell you what customers do once they’re in the building. Rhianon Howells reports

Friend or foe?

In the second part of their internet middlemen series, Stephen Tharrett and Mark Williamson of ClubIntel take an in-depth look at US market leader ClassPass

Pulse promotion

For over 35 years Pulse has been providing fitness and leisure solutions to organisations worldwide. In that time it has worked with a variety of different sectors including the military, educational institutions, public sector gyms, private leisure clubs and premium hotels and spas, to offer bespoke fitness solutions for every need.

Gladstone

Gladstone’s Learn2 software has revolutionised course management, with benefits for both customers and the bottom line

Home delivery

Streaming exercise classes into the home shouldn’t be seen as a threat to health clubs and leisure centres, say the experts. In fact, it could be the way to engage more people with exercise. So will it become a widespread trend? Kath Hudson reports

Training like a champion

How are elite athletes using activity tracking devices? We speak to Jazmine Butcher, Joanna Rowsell, Mark Beaumont and Cassie Patten to find out how this technology is enhancing their training

Gladstone

Every successful leisure business strives to provide consistent, high-quality service to its customers. But behind every seamless customer experience there is a raft of back-of-house administrative tasks that are no less essential to business success
interview

The global network

We’ve made a big bet and believe we can be the brand that owns health and fitness

PT vs technology

Technology is moving at a dizzying pace. With advanced robots coming to the UK this year and exercise apps increasingly widely used, is technology set to push personal trainers out of a job?

miha

In just 20 minutes per week expect the unexpected: EMS-based hybrid training method has arrived in the UK to maximise your clients’ results

At the touch of a button

Software companies are creating solutions to manage an endless range of bookings, from spa treatments and badminton courts to group exercise classes and even the instructors themselves. Abigail Harris investigates the latest products

The advent of Apple

What does the arrival of the Apple Watch mean to the gym industry? Technology expert Bryan O’Rourke offers his views

Question time

SIBEC Europe in Madeira opened with an industry debate. Chaired by editor of Health Club Management Kate Cracknell, the discussion covered wearable tech and Sports Direct’s £5 memberships

Wearing it well

Jak Phillips rounds up some of the latest innovations in health and fi tness wearables – a market that’s expected to be worth US$2bn by 2018

Ask the experts

As we gear up for 2015, what looks set to drive growth of the sector? What will be the challenges and opportunities over the coming 12 months, and how should we respond?

Intelligent systems

With reams of membership data available at the touch of a button, how can clubs use the information they have at their fingertips to make smarter business decisions? Kate Langrish reports

Cool customer

Vasper, a hi-tech fitness system based on cooling and compression, has been designed to reproduce the effect of a high-intensity anaerobic training session – in just 20 minutes. Katie Barnes reports

Gladstone

One of the early adopters of the Gladstone MobilePro app explains how it has improved their business

Social addiction

Manraaj Sunner offers his advice to operators wanting to develop an effective social media campaign

Integrated technology

Virtual classes, networked bikes and heart rate monitors: how can club operators make use of today’s technology to maximise the impact of group exercise classes? Kath Hudson reports

Fitness of the future

The future is here. Tech-savvy exercisers are using apps and devices to take health and fitness into their own hands, and with the tech giants set to enter the fitness sector, a revolution is coming. Is your club ready? Kath Hudson reports

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