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Take your club into the digital era with mywellness cloud


We take a look at Technogym’s latest offering to the fitness industry


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ywellness cloud is an online suite of business applications, that allows you as an operator to


better understand and engage with your members and prospects. For your members, it is an online platform that allows them to access their exercise and lifestyle data anywhere, anytime. People are increasingly investing in


technology to be connected with their content on the go through mobile phones, tablets, smart TVs and PC platforms. This trend has a monumental impact on our industry: Wellness on the go represents a tremendous opportunity for all of us. Wellness on the Go is the strategy


behind Technogym’s ecosystem, a platform that incorporates seven mywellness cloud business applications, fi tness facilities, Technogym equipment


Wellness on the Go is a key trend in the fitness industry


and members’ lifestyles both inside and outside the gym. Thanks to Technogym’s extensive


investment in research and development,


you now have seven ready-made business applications at your fi ngertips, allowing you to truly offer superior service to your members and prospects.


SELECT THE APPLICATIONS THAT BEST FIT YOUR BUSINESS TECHNOGYM: MYWELLNESS CLOUD PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS


Profile is an innovative, evidence based application that offers your facility insights into what motivates each person to work out. Through extensive research conducted with the IULM University (Milan), Technogym developed the Aspiration Finder™ questionnaire, a unique tool for understanding end users and assessing their deepest motivation for exercising.


Prescribe allows operators to differentiate themselves through superior quality of service by creating truly personalised programmes for each user. Each bespoke programme is assigned to the user’s mywellness cloud account and can be stored on the TGS key, a personal device that sets up the equipment and guides the user throughout the entire session. The results are automatically collected and used to monitor progress.


With the Self application users can create a training programme in seconds without supervision. The programme is selected from a library according to the user’s real needs, goals, sport or aspirations.


Coach extends the operator’s role into that of a personal coach. Operators can track and assess exercise, nutrition and lifestyle habits, create personalised action plans and interact with the user through the messaging portal to increase contact with users.


Create Challenges to motivate users and encourage interaction within the gym. Users can join your challenges via the web, their smartphone or directly from VISIOWEB or UNITY displays on the equipment and the VISIOSELF touch-screen kiosks. By improving their ranking to win challenges and prizes, they will spend more time in your facility.


Communicator can transform each VISIOWEB or UNITY display into a powerful marketing tool. Promote activities, products and services, promotions, co-marketing and surveys directly through the interactive touch screen display.


Asset remotely monitors equipment through VISIOWEB or UNITY displays. Have access to a dashboard of equipment usage and uptime 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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September 2013 © Cybertrek 2013


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