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Operator, developer and supplier Pulse Fitness has launched a new equipment hire scheme allowing health clubs to rent a range of pre-owned gym apparatus for their establishments. With the growing popularity of microgyms, specialist studios and clubs are currently at a premium.


Pulse says its new initiative removes some of the burden from gym start-up costs, making it easier for fl edgling businesses


to enter the market without being saddled with debt. Under the scheme, 25 stations can be hired for £1,213 per month for as long as the equipment is required. There are no obligations and equipment can be returned subject to one month’s notice. Operators can choose from a variety of different stations, such as treadmills, cross trainers, R bikes, steppers, U-Cycles and strength equipment.


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Kingfi sher lights up sports park at Sheffi eld university


Kingfi sher Lighting has completed an installation at Sheffi eld Hallam University Sports Park. The 22-acre sports park has benefi tted from a £6m investment in its sports facilities. Kingfi sher’s exterior light- ing design lights up to a 200 lux average with a 60 per cent uniformity. Kingfi sher installed 15m and 20m base-hinged col- umns to enable the sports pitches to be evenly lit to high levels. The base hinge design allows the head frame to be low- ered to the ground so that the luminaires can be easily and safely maintained.


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The Functional Zone 3.0 fl oor by Pavi- gym is a high tech product that guides the user’s training via a series of fl oor lights. It is designed as a tool for interval train- ing, reaction training or speed, agility and resistance skills. Club members can keep track of their progress and challenge them- selves and others by beating their best score. In addition, the 3.0 Vertical uses wall space to provide another training zone.


Ice and effective therapy


Hyperice USA has created a two-part system for treatment of sports injuries. Available for gyms to retail, the Hyperice device is composed of an ‘Ice Cell’ and a ‘Compression Wrap’, that work together to combine compression and cold therapy.


Ice is loaded into the cell and as it melts, pockets of air build up, creat- ing a barrier between the ice and the compression wrap. The compression wrap maintains pressure on the ice and forms a cast around the injured areas.


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