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EXHIBITOR NEWS


KEISER UK LTD. Tel: +44 (0)845 6121102 www.keiseruk.com


Keiser creates intelligent CV and resistance equipment. From Air, the innovative pneumatic resistance equipment designed to deliver maximum results with minimum impact, to the M3 Indoor Cycle, with user feedback courtesy of the onboard computer, Keiser inspires users to fulfil their exercise potential. From the Best Commercial Clubs to the best Professional Clubs, Keiser can help you. Visit stand H360 and ask us ‘Why Keiser?’ SECTION: HEALTH & FITNESS


LES MILLS www.lesmills.com


Les Mills Group X is one of the most powerful tools you have for member acquisition and retention, but getting it right isn’t always easy. That’s why we’ve been working hard to ensure you get the best personal support, global learnings and tools to help you go from good to great. Through our dedicated team of Club Experience Managers we are able to offer you free management and training support to leverage Group X to drive maximum growth and profitability. From training and marketing, to global insights or even just assistance covering that last- minute class, our team are on hand to make your life easier. Les Mills services over 1,750 clubs and has more than 8,000 certified instructors in the UK and Ireland. SECTION: HEALTH & FITNESS


LIFE FITNESS UK LTD Tel: +44 (0)1353 666017 www.lifefitness.co.uk


Connection Shouldn’t Stop When The Workout Starts. Staying connected to the people and world around you is the expectation, and fitness is no exception. Life Fitness® connects facilities and exercisers together through state-of-the-art technologies and equipment to ensure the connections last long after the workout begins. Technology Connected Lets the truly open platform products from Life Fitness seamlessly connect your facility to your exercisers living in a digital world. When integrated with LFopen and LFconnect website, Elevation Series Discover™ Tablet Consoles can be customised to help facilities retain and attract customers through branded displays, messaging and personal apps. Group Training Connected Life Fitness provides facilities with innovative solutions to connect exercisers through group training. The customisable Synrgy360 multi-functional training system, Hammer Strength’s rugged HD Elite rack line-up and the Lifecycle GX group exercise bike take group training to another level. SECTION: HEALTH & FITNESS


For exercisers living in the digital world


INVISIBLE THE PRINTER Of course they’re not really invisible


But Brother’s high speed mono laser printers are so reliable they get on with the job almost unnoticed, day in day out. What you will notice though, is the difference they make to you and your colleagues.


Enhanced productivity with fast print speeds and warm up times combined with the capability to scan directly to popular cloud services, means instant access to your documents from your Smartphone or tablet device. The choice is plain to see. It has to be a Brother invisible printer.


Contact your preferred Brother reseller or visit www.brother.co.uk for further details


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