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life fi tness opts for keiser bikes


Life Fitness has struck a deal with equipment manufacturer Keiser, whereby Life will supply Keiser’s M3 Indoor Cycle as its favoured product for indoor cycling. As part of the deal, the M3 will


become Life Fitness’ preferred option; the company will no longer supply its own LeMond cycles. Tim Colston, Keiser’s managing


director, says: “We’re delighted to have received this recognition from a global fi tness giant like Life Fitness – recognition that the M3 Indoor Cycle is best of breed for group cycling.” The Keiser M3 offers multiple


adjustments on the seat, handlebars and pedals and features include an optional onboard computer.


Life Fitness will now supply Keiser’s M3 Indoor Cycle as its favoured product for group cycling


The bike also gives feedback to users


– such as heart rate monitoring and resistance level awareness – enabling instructors to tailor classes for any customer, whatever their ability.


cybex signs man u deal


Cybex International has secured a deal with Manchester United Football Club which will see the club using the new CYBEX Arc Trainer. The equipment will be used to


enhance the performance of the players, as well as to speed up the


rehabilitation of injured members of the squad. According to a spokesperson, the club selected the Arc Trainer due to its biomechanics, which allow for high-intensity training that places large loads on the muscles while creating less stress on the joints.


in brief...


leisure suppliers forum launches at LIW 2010 A new networking group, the Leisure Suppliers Forum (LSF), was launched at LIW with the aim of bringing suppliers together to mutual benefit and recognising excellence and innovation across the sector. Conceived by Darrell Boxall of


Xn Leisure and Jon Johnston of Matrix Fitness, the LSF will target specific objectives. These include giving suppliers in the commercial UK sector an ‘industry voice’, establishing a peer group of suppliers willing to work together, creating a steering group to champion the LSF and its members, opening up customer bases for benchmarking, and encouraging regular meetings to discuss industry challenges. Thirteen supplier companies have already signed up to join the LSF.


active IQ to offer nasm qualifications Awarding body Active IQ will begin offering National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) qualifications in the UK next month, allowing all UK training providers to add NASM courses to their training portfolio. The courses were previously delivered exclusively by Premier Training for graduates.


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