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SUPPLIER & TRAINING Manchester City teams up with TRX

English Premier League title contender Manchester City Football Club (MCFC) is hoping a new tie-up with fitness equipment supplier TRX can give it the edge in its quest to secure a second league crown in three seasons. The deal sees the club

continuing to use TRX equipment in club fitness regimes, which will now be bolstered wi th the introduction of tailored TRX training programmes. Designed to sustain health,


Leak offers possible insight into Apple’s health app

Leaked information has revealed potential details of Apple’s health and fitness application, Healthbook, which could be able to record an array of information to monitor the state of the human body. Details suggest Healthbook will record

activity levels, nutritional information, weight and sleep patterns, as well as vitals, blood sugar levels, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation. One detail that remains a mystery is how all the data will be collected, with certain stats unobtainable by devices such as the iPhone. Details:

Manchester City hopes the new deal will give it a competitive edge

on-pitch performance and elite fitness levels, the TRX programmes will be adopted by City’s first team and academy. Stars such as Pablo Zabaleta, James Milner,

Fernandinho and Alvaro Negredo will work out using a range of TRX equipment, combined with personalised TRX training programmes, as part of their daily routine to improve

endurance, strength, flexibility and balance. As part of the partnership, TRX will

collaborate with MCFC on as series of strength and conditioning publication pieces, while players will feature in a TRX promotional video alongside digital campaigns. Details:

Members work up a worthwhile sweat, as their workouts provide power for the leisure centre

Premier and Pure Gym offer graduate jobs

Premier Training International has teamed up with Pure Gym to provide its graduates with guaranteed employment, giving students a definitive pathway into the working world. The Pure Premier Diploma in Fitness

Instructing and Personal Training package gives graduates the opportunity to become a freelance personal trainer with Pure Gym – the UK low-cost fitness chain currently in the process of merging with The Gym Group – giving them the opportunity to build their personal training client base and gain hands-on experience in the sector. The package includes a Premier Diploma

in Personal Training, one-day studio cycling course and an online total pad-work course. There’s a full-time and part-time option for

completing the course – full-time lasts up to six weeks while part-time is 16 weeks. “This is a fantastic opportunity for people

wanting to enter the industry, as it enables them to follow a specific employment pathway

Tiddenfoot goes green with Technogym system

Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre in Bedfordshire has become the first local authority site to install an eco-friendly line of equipment that harnesses human energy and feeds it directly into the facility’s power grid. As part of a £2m refurbishment, the

The training package allows graduates to become a freelance personal trainer with Pure Gym

straight into work with Pure Gym,” says Paul Dorkings, sales director at Premier. “We’re delighted to work with Pure Gym and

really looking forward to watching our graduates grow into exceptional fitness professionals.” Details:

Leisure-net Solutions announces Monkhouse merger

Leisure-net Solutions (LNS) and David Monkhouse Consulting have merged as of 1 April under the LNS banner, having found synergy between the two leisure consultancies while working together on recent projects. The companies have teamed up for work


on Quest, the ukactive Code of Practice, Flame, BEE – the peer-to-peer and online customer experience training service – and Active-net 2014, the new active leisure sector one-to-one networking event. Details:

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Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC)- operated site has opted for Technogym’s ARTIS Line with its Renew energy harvesting technology. The council is investing £6m across its entire leisure provision, which includes six leisure centres. Details:

Bannatyne’s pumps £850k into north-east clubs

Bannatyne Fitness has invested £850,000 into four of its north-east health clubs as part of a major upgrade to workout equipment. The investment comes after The Bannatyne Group recently announced a £92m deal with M&G Investments for the sale and leaseback of the ground leases for 39 Bannatyne clubs. The company has turned to Technogym

to replace CV machines at Coulby Newham in Middlesbrough, Ingleby Barwick in Stockton, plus Darlington and Durham. Details:

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