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the go, on any type of smartphone. Hammer


Strength introduced HD Elite, the brand’s most durable rack line, built for ultimate customisation and extreme training conditions. The modular line of racks can be customised into more than a thousand combo rack confi gurations or used as standalone units. HeatPumps4Pools showcased


HD Elite: A new customisable, highly durable rack line


COVERFree, a new liquid swimming pool cover that forms an invisible layer on the water surface, reducing evaporation by up to 85 per cent and heat loss by up to 70 per cent. Safe, non-fl ammable, non-hazardous, biodegradable and PH neutral. Jordan Fitness launched a new


6kg pink neoprene-covered kettlebell, as well as new Curl Barbells, to complement its wide range of functional training equipment. Leisure-net Solutions introduced


Tribe, an online orientation product to allow new staff to familiarise themselves with the aims, ethos and vision of the company they’ve joined. Les Mills International launched


Les Mills Virtual, a video-based workout allowing health and fi tness clubs to run virtual BodyBalance, BodyCombat, BodyPump, CXWorx and Sh’bam classes.


Olympian James Cracknell and England rugby player Ben Morgan on the Matrix stand (above). Daly Thompson and Kevin


Keegan charming visitors. Ricky Hatton sparring at the


Hatton Academy stand. Andre Agassi signing miniature


tennis balls. Life Fitness introduced the new Life


Fitness Discover tablet consoles, with swipe technology touchscreens. The console, available on the Elevation Series, works with LFconnect technology, giving exercisers personalisation options, workout recommendations and the ability to track workouts. The latest development includes wifi and Bluetooth. Matrix Fitness launched the 7xi,


mPower and the Magnum strength range into the UK market. Magnum consists of multi-station towers, free weight units, plate-loaded machines, racks, platforms and accessories focused on performance, durability and function. Patented Breaker Bench technology is available on select Olympic bench products, allowing the user to move the bar into an optimal position before take-off. MYZONE unveiled version 2.0 of its


heart rate monitoring software system, which replaces the old touchscreen


Jordan Fitness hosting an array


of sporting legends, including England rugby stars Jason Robinson and James Haskell and professional boxer Jordan Gill. Kelly Sotherton on the Live


Stage, and Lee Latchford-Evans, formerly of pop band Steps and now a PT, demo-ing UniKurve.


system with a new desktop system that allows club staff to run the software from their smartphones and tablets. Functionality includes Zone Match, a group exercise programme for the gym fl oor, and Weekly 300 Point Target, so users know they are exercising at the right intensity to meet recommended activity guidelines. payasUgym.com introduced


its new real-time class booking and marketing service, set to launch to the public in early 2014, which will help club operators fi ll classes by promoting studio timetables through the payasUgym.com website. Physical Company launched two


new products: Resistance Band Systems from Stroops Performance, for sports- specifi c power, strength and agility training; and X-Lab, the customisable, modular functional training rig from Torque Fitness.


Jordan Fitness launched its new Curl Barbells at the show


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Keynotes included ‘The biggest market for the fitness industry in the next 20 years – independent older adults’, by Life Fitness master trainer Keith Smith


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