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Health Club Management
2024 issue 3

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5   Editor's letter: Mental health training
With consumers telling us their main motivation for joining a health club is to improve their mental health, the stage is set for a new phase in the development of the industry, says Liz Terry

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12   Letters: Write to reply
Anna Langridge details work by 1FitLife to help Parkinson’s sufferers get active and improve their symptoms, while Martyn Allison asks a critical question

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16   HCM People: Cristiano Ronaldo
The footballing legend is launching a wellness app to deliver wellbeing and health to his fans and followers

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20   HCM People: Dr Jonathan Leary
The CEO of Remedy Place talks about growing the company’s concept of ‘social wellness’, and the launch of its new and free holistic fitness education platform

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28   News:
Basic-Fit considers global franchising, TRIB3 launches a pilates reformer brand and a new ‘health city’ is under construction in Sweden

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40   Interview: Mário Barbosa
The CEO of Go Fit talks to Kate Cracknell about the company’s year of record revenues, reaching new demographics and its expansion into Italy

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54   Everyone's talking about: Mental health training
Now mental health is the number one reason people join health clubs, do teams need a grounding in counselling? We ask the experts

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60   Sponsored: Technogym – transition to wellness
University of Sheffield Sport has opened the doors of its flagship Goodwin Sports Centre following a major refurbishment

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62   Insight: Mental wellness
An ACE summit on mental health shared methods fitness professionals can build into their toolkit, as Kath Hudson reports

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70   Sponsored: BLK BOX – Shared ethos
The partnership between PureGym and Belfast-based supplier BLK BOX is transforming the gym floor

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74   Life lessons: Sondre Gravir
Imposter syndrome over a promotion taught the CEO of SATS that behaving authentically is the most important part of leadership

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78   Sponsored: Perfect Gym – strong foundations
GymNation is pioneering the future of fitness with software specialist Perfect Gym providing a scalable tech platform to power and sustain its growth

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80   Design: McFit gets a makeover
The original low-cost gym concept is getting its third major makeover since being established in 1996, with the first club opening in Cologne. Liz Terry takes a look

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90   Sponsored: InBody – Attract & retain
Francesca Cooper-Boden says health assessment services can boost health club retention

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92   News report: Basic franchise
Basic-Fit – which has been scaling rapidly across Europe –  is considering franchising to ramp up growth further afield

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94   Sponsored: Servicesport – a decade of excellence
Nuffield Health has worked with ServiceSport UK for more than ten years, ensuring the equipment in its clubs is commercially optimised

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96   Specifier: Strong growth
The explosion in consumer demand for strength training is driving a raft of innovative new launches from equipment suppliers, as Steph Eaves report

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On the cover: Blasts into the fitness industry with Erakulis
 
106   Sponsored: Brawn – The heart of the club
Operators, prepare to revolutionise the way members connect with personal trainers in your club, with the ground-breaking Brawn platform.
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108   News report: Set for growth
Will Orr, has been talking to HCM about the company’s new strategy for 2024, as Kath Hudson reports
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110   Sponsored: Keiser – Complete ride experience
The New Keiser M3i Studio Bike brings ride data to life to engage and delight members
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112   Recovery: Cool systems
As clubs look to add more recovery options to meet growing demand, Steph Eaves looks at what cryotherapy and ice bathing technology can bring to the mix
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120   Sponsored: Epassi – Well at work
Epassi, a provider of workplace wellness benefits, is creating a fitter and more productive workforce, one membership at a time 
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122   News report: Growth tactics
Egym has announced deals designed to position it for growth acceleration, as Kath Hudson reports
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124   Sponsored: D2F – take a fresh look
D2F had updated its brand styling to keep pace with business growth. MD, John Lofting and operations director, Matt Aynsley, explain the rationale
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126   Supplier showcase: Jon Williams
The group MD of Forest House offers a glimpse into how Safe Space Lockers helped turn concept into reality
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128   fitness-kit.net: Product innovation
Steph Eaves rounds up the latest kit from leading suppliers. This issue, Life Fitness, Keiser, Skillcourt and Myzone
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130   Reader services: HCM directory
If you’re in procurement, the HCM directory is part of a network of resources designed for you that includes www.HCMmag.com/CompanyProfiles
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132   Research: False readings
New research from the Children’s Health and Research Centre at the University of Exeter, UK, has found BMI is not accurate as a measure for children
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