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Pulse’s retentive module


Pulse has unveiled a new module for its SmartCentre gym management software. Known as the Retention Magnet, it’s a tool designed to simply and efficiently identify, interact with and retain gym members. Among other features, it uses powerful reporting tools to manage staff performance and member interaction, with customisable interaction reminders including workout review frequency.


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Micro-managing the group cycling experience


Life Fitness has debuted a new group cycling bike called the Lifecycle GX. Built to suit a variety of user types and enable them to experience an ergonomically correct ride, micro fore and aft adjustments permit both seat and handlebar to be positioned in the most comfortable knee-over- pedal position for a specific height and body type, while pop/pin vertical adjustments in increments of 15mm allow users to find the correct height relative to pedal crank. An optional computer provides feedback to users.


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Antibacterial mats from Airex AG


Airex has launched a new generation of gym mats said to set new standards in functionality. Rising hygiene standards have been taken into account by using a new, highly effective antibacterial substance. Airex says it even controls the aggressive MRSA strain of bacteria that can be found in fitness facilities. By using new substances, the company has also been able to significantly improve the mats’ resistance to ageing indoors, outdoors and in water.


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Discovering Precor’s new strength equipment


The Discovery Line is a new range of plate-loaded strength equipment from fitness supplier Precor. Comprising seven pieces, it’s designed for both first-time users and seasoned athletes. The full line is designed with independent arm resistance, and converging and diverging movement paths created to provide a greater range of motion and usage of muscle groups. Each item also features a large, text-free illustrational sign that demonstrates correct form and muscle usage at a glance. A QR code on the sign allows smartphone users to view a 30-second instructional video.


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