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COMPETITIVE EDGE 15 MARCH 2013 HEALTH CLUB MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK 2O13


The 9th edition of the Health Club Management Handbook is being distributed in January 2013. The handbook is a comprehensive guide and reference tool distributed to industry operators, buyers and suppliers and available at leading industry events, LIW, IHRSA, FIBO & SIBEC.


WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU? FOR INDUSTRY SUPPLIERS ■ Multiple listings of all industry suppliers by:


■ A-Z ■ Phone book ■ Web address book ■ Product selector


■ Company profi les including key information, contact details, images of products and a picture of your company contact


■ Vertical strip adverts in the address book section


FOR INDUSTRY OPERATORS


■ Who’s who? of key industry personnel in the UK and Europe:


■ Private sector operators ■ Public sector operators ■ Industry organisations


■ Features and reference material ■ Predictions for 2013 from key industry fi gures ■ Industry statistics


■ Development pipeline – details of forthcoming projects across the sector


■ Consumer and industry trends for 2013


■ Diary dates – a guide to all industry events, shows and networking opportunities


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26 27–28 APRIL 2013


Big Green Bike Ride As a different take on the London- to-Brighton challenge, this event for Friends of the Earth will see cyclists ride from London to the New Forest, to raise funds to help fi nd solutions for environmental sustainability. The fi rst day includes an 85-mile ride


from London, through the quiet lanes of Surrey and Hampshire, with the last stop being a campsite set in a 1,000-acre private estate. The optional second day is a shorter (40-mile), more leisurely bike route to explore the heather- covered heath, gentle farmland and picturesque villages of the New Forest. Entry costs £75 for the whole weekend and minimum sponsorship is £300 (or day one only for £35 and £150). Details: www.biggreenbikeride.co.uk


Red Nose Day Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton is urging people to set up a sporting challenge, or take part in one, to raise money for Red Nose Day (RND) on 15 March. Why not get sponsored to use a space hopper for a day, she suggests, or try out a mountain climbing? This year, Skelton is taking part in


Helen’s Magnifi cent 7, in which she’ll attempt seven weekly tasks in the run-up to RND. The fi rst involved kicking a rugby ball through the goal at Twickenham, others included a rope-bridge challenge. Previously, Skelton has rowed the Amazon and trekked to the South Pole for charity. Details: www.rednoseday.com


Sports Relief 2012 raised £67.9m


The kayak section is 8km 16–18 AUGUST 2013


Polskaman 2013 If a triathlon’s not enough of a challenge for you, then you might consider taking on a quadrathlon, where a kayak/row is added to the traditional disciplines of swimming, running and cycling. The British Quadrathlon


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organisation lists a series of events taking place in the UK or abroad. One of the foreign highlights is Polskaman in Poland, which involves a 1.5km swim, 40km cycle, 8km kayak and 10km run. Cash prizes are on offer. Details: www.polskaman.pl


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