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Olympians set to headline REPS national convention with series of addresses


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LIW once again plays host to the REPs National Convention on 1-2 October. On Wednesday, Olympic Heptathlete and


REPs Ambassador Louise Hazel will deliver the headline keynote, while Olympian Zoe Smith and her coach Sam Dovey will present a workshop. Tursday’s highlights include Future Fit’s Paul Swainson presenting ‘Low Back Pain and the impact on our society’, followed by ‘Cancer diagnosis and men- tal health’, led by Sarah Bolitho and Anna Campbell of Exact Training and CanRehab.


Launch of LIW early morning workouts signals dawn of new opportunities


New to LIW this year, the team will be encouraging visitors to sign up for Morning Workouts hosted by exhibitors. Tese work- outs will kick start the day on the show floor, give visitors the chance to try the classes and network with other early risers. Workouts will take place in the exhibition


hall, 7.30am – 9.30am, and will be deliv- ered by Matrix, TRX, Life Fitness, Jeka Jo Dance, Star Trac, Fitpro, Cybex International, Pavigym and Performance Health Systems. To register for an early morning workout, simply log on to: www.liw.co.uk/pr


Pool & Spa sector set to star


Tis year’s Pool & Spa sector will once again provide the annual meeting place for the UK’s commercial pool and spa profession- als and the show will again host the STA Swim Zone. But this year the pool – on stand A01 – will be a central feature on the show floor, providing visitors with a range of live swimming, lifesaving and fitness classes, while also ensuring that exhibi- tors are given the greatest exposure. Te sessions will also include new ideas


from STA’s Junior Lifeguard Academy on how operators can maximise pool revenue.


4 8 Te Matrix Fitness stand will be a hub of activity throughout LIW and will feature several special guests Matrix Fitness to launch new products at LIW


Matrix Fitness, on stand H140, will be launch- ing a number of new products at LIW this year, including the Magnum Double Power Rack, the IC7 bike – which is endorsed by Dani King MBE – and the Hybrid Cycle. There will also be a number of Matrix


Ambassadors attending the show to look out for. Cyclist Dani King MBE will be on stand, as will Sally Gunnell MBE, Gloucester and England international rugby player Ben


Morgan, the Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team and Lotus F1 Junior Team. Te Wigan Warriors Rugby League Team will attend to host their ‘Train like a Warrior’ event and there will be an exciting display from acrobat Doug Edwards. In addition to the appearances and sign-


ing opportunities which will involve all of the above, Nike Master Trainer Jon Denoris will be on hand at the show to present his top health and fitness tips for activity enthusiasts.


Young Pioneers bidding to shake up the UK’s health and fitness industry Tere will be a further two launches from


New to LIW, Young Pioneers will be ones to watch as they launch exciting new initiatives, make big announcements and reveal their latest research offering insights into how to engage young people in the act of getting healthy. Luke Lancaster, CEO of Young Pioneers,


founded the charity aged 12 aſter being bul- lied at school. Te charity supports vulnerable young people in overcoming adversity, lead- ing change and improving overall wellbeing. Luke will be delivering three keynote sessions


based on the challenges LIW have identified facing the industry; one for group operators, one for independent operators and one to reveal the findings of their recent research. Young Pioneers will also take the oppor-


tunity to expand its multi-award winning Be Healthy programme to health and fitness oper- ators nationally – a pioneering scheme that is run by young people for young people.


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Young Pioneers at the show. Te first will be ‘Gym for Good’, a CSR initiative which encour- ages and supports gyms to promote exercise for social good, while also growing the business. Te second will be ‘YP Play’, an initiative


to help gyms generate revenue through the growing trend of outdoor play. Te charity is supported by SportsArt (at stand H290).


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