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at LIW – the latest technology allowing Precor Personal Account users to log into their fi tness account using convenient swipe technology. Quest launched its new Excellence


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Ambassadors scheme, whereby the manager of any centre or sports development team that has achieved Excellent in Quest Plus, or Outstanding in Quest Stretch, will be invited to become an ambassador to share best practice with other centres. Retention Management launched


RM360, an automated customer scoring feedback system based on NPS and a follow-up question. Online dashboards show the results, so clubs can take action and compare their scores to industry benchmarks. Text analysis also means recurring themes can be identifi ed in the feedback. Rugged Interactive, the developer of


motivational fi tness technology, debuted its FitMakr Pro data capture software, enabling users to track user data over time. This can include score, date, time, side bias, colour bias and reaction time. Schwinn launched its new AC


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Performance Plus Carbon Blue bike – the same look as its AC Performance Plus model, but featuring the new Carbon Blue belt, which combines the benefi ts of a belt bike (maintenance-free, no lubrication, quieter ride) with the authentic ride feel of a chain. StairMaster launched its new TreadClimber, Black Beauty, which


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offers a high-burn, low-impact workout that is said to burn around twice as many calories as walking at the same speed on a fl at treadmill. Star Trac showcased products


Technogym showcased its ARTIS range of equipment


that are now available in the UK: the Spinner Blade ION, the newly redesigned TreadClimber, the StairMill, and the Boxmaster total body conditioning system. Technogym introduced OMNIA,


the modular functional training rig that forms part of its premium ARTIS range. It also launched UNITY to the UK market – a connected, swipe- screen cardio console based on an open Android 4 technology platform – which allows users to customise information and entertainment, and track their exercise progress. Total Gym launched the Total Gym


Core Trainer, which targets the core musculature as a whole to enhance abdominal muscle defi nition and improve stability. It’s built on an incline, so diffi culty can be tailored to the user’s ability level, with progression achieved via changes in body position or added movement for increased instability. Wexer Virtual, the virtual class


software system – which is installed by Zoom Media in the UK – had its LIW debut. The company announced a deal with Les Mills whereby Wexer will be one of the platforms for Les Mills Virtual (see p64). ●


StairMaster launched its new TreadClimber, Black


Beauty, which is said to burn twice as many calories as walking at the same speed on a flat treadmill


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