“Bring The Fitness Out of the Basement and other trends in Multi-Family Housing”
Shrinking apartments is one change, bringing the fitness center into a prominent location is another. As the MFH market cools, READ MORE about trends in building development.
“Being unfit on a treadmill or in an exercise stress test has a worse prognosis, as far as death, than being hypertensive, being diabetic or being a current smoker,” Time Magazine reports.
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“I love to start my day with a workout. It kind of energizes you,” Tin Zing said. Each may have their own reasons for being here and perhaps, that’s just the way the YMCA wants it to be.
Stages Solo provides a real bike feel, an engaging cycling interface, diverse ride journeys, highly accurate training feedback, and the ability to track fitness goals and achievements over time.
Stages Solo comes standard with the following premium features:
Bike Weight – 96 lbs (43 kg).
Bike + Tablet Dimensions – 24.5” W x 49.5” L (62.23cm W x 125.7cm L).
Frame Material & Construction – 6061T-6 aluminum alloy, advanced hydro & air formed tubing, TIG weld.
World’s premier group exercise programming company teams up with leading indoor cycling company.
World’s premier group exercise programming company teams up with leading indoor cycling company
Auckland, NZ, June 15, 2018—Today, Les Mills announced a global partnership with Stages® Indoor Cycling, whose bikes have been chosen as the preferred bikes for Les Mills cycle classes. Les Mills Sprint™, RPM™, and world-first immersive fitness class THE TRIP™ are hosted in thousands of clubs around the world.
Les Mills International is the creator of 16 global group fitness and team training programs for adults,
Cologne, Germany, 11 April, 2018– Premium fitness equipment brand Intenza Fitness announced today that the Escalate 550 Ce2 Stairclimber has been awarded The Red Dot Award: Product Design 2018.
An international product design and communication design prize, The Red Dot Design Award is bestowed annually upon the best products, with prizes awarded in the categories of product design, design agencies, and design concepts. In 2018, designers and manufacturers from 59 countries submitted more than 6,300 objects to the competition.
By Les Shaver
This is the first article in Chief Executive Outlook, our series predicting industry trends in 2018.
Offices are in and tennis courts are out as developers look to build places where residents can “want to be by themselves with others.”
Recently NAA spoke to a number of leading apartment industry executives about their expectations for the year. Despite still-strong economic indicators, executives harbor many worries, whether they stem from market factors,
When was the last time you hopped, with two feet, 6”- 10″? Or tipped until you lost balance but caught yourself? It might sound silly to those of us in the business of keeping people fit but “Use it or lose it” is a truth awaiting everyone. Losing the basic skills of balance and jumping will hasten declines in the activity and motivation of an aging person just when it’s most important to stay active.
Escape Fitness and Stages Cycling Open Boutique Studio in Downtown Los Angeles
Sanctuary Fitness features a full line of Escape Fitness’ functional training equipment, in addition to spaces for cycling, locker rooms, and food and beverages. The black-box-style studio is located in Downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District.
The leaders behind Escape Fitness, West Chester, Ohio, and Stages Cycling, Portland, Oregon, have combined their respective offerings in one location, Sanctuary Fitness, which recently opened in Downtown Los Angeles.
By Stages Master Educator Javier Santin
From a few elite pro cyclists in the late ‘80s to indoor cycling studios all over the world, cycling with a power meter has become a standard both indoors and out. Here are the top reasons why teaching indoor cycling with a power meter can bring your classes and your members’ experiences to the next level!
A power meter is a source of relevant and objective information. A power meter basically measures how much work the rider is putting into the bike (resistance) and the rate at which that work is being done (cadence).