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Above: Life Fitness launched a record number of new products at this year’s show


Top right: TRX was one of the supplier stands hosting the LIW Early Morning Workout sessions


both linear and lateral motions, adjustable stride width, variable foot positions and unique handle settings. Users can simulate all forms of climb or short stride intervals. On the Precor stand, visitors to


LIW were the fi rst in the UK to try the latest Experience Series treadmill, which incorporates a new motor drive system and an Active Status Light to alert facility staff of its operating condition. Physical Company unveiled the


Total Gym Elevate Line – a range of bodyweight resistance, single-station machines – as well as the SandRope from Hyperwear, which acts like a battle rope but features sand inside that moves freely to further challenge the user. Gladstone Health & Leisure


launched the latest version of its smartphone app, MobilePro, which allows customers to book activities on the move. It also showcased eyeQ, its new analysis and business intelligence tool.


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Right: The show floor was busier than ever, with over 120 live demonstrations


Also in the technology fi eld, Pulse


Fitness launched a range of connectivity solutions, including a web and mobile app initiative to monitor members’ fi tness, with the new SmartCentre.com allowing members access to view, track and update this data any time, anywhere. And Performance Health


Systems showcased its latest Power Plate products and new integrated fi tness concept, which combines the use of Power Plate with ViPR, kettlebells and TRX Suspension Training.


DEMONSTRATIONS The show floor was busier than ever this year, with over 120 live demonstrations and the LIW Early Morning Workouts, which took place on exhibitor stands: TRX, Jekajo Dance, Power Plate, Cybex, Star Trac, Pavigym, Life Fitness, FitPro, Octane Fitness, Wattbike and Matrix. Highlights in the Star Trac CPD


Masterclass Arena included a number


of Star Trac Spinning workouts led by international Spinning instructor Sandro Morelli. From ‘James Bond 007’ – an action-packed ride – to ‘The Pulse’, an aerobic interval training session, there was a workout to suit any training mood. The Tabata Group Exercise Arena


introduced the new Tabata Body and Tabata Cycle workouts, powered by ICG. Meanwhile the FitPro Functional Zone saw Dan McDonough, TRX senior manager of group training and development, across from the States to run a range of workouts including TRX Group Rip Performance, a high intensity, time-based group training session. ViPR was also in action with ViPR Athletic, a metabolic conditioning class that trains the body as a whole in an explosive fi tness workout. The Outdoor Area of this year’s


LIW saw a range of demonstrations and displays from Parkour Generations, which was at the show to launch MOV’,


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