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Health Club Management

Health Club Management

Health Club Management magazine

HCM magazine is one of the world's leading magazines for senior professionals in the fitness and physical activity sector, covering the latest news, trends, research and analysis to help drive your business.

Its readers include the major operators, manufacturers, investors and suppliers in the Global health and fitness market, and the magazine is distributed at all the leading industry events throughout the year.

Published 11 times a year, in addition to the print version, HCM offers PDF and digital turning pages editions as well as the website, which is updated with news every day, and a weekly ezine.

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2013 issue 4
3. Editor's letter: Strength in numbers
Are gyms currently maximising the revenue and retention potential of group exercise, asks Kate Cracknell
6. Letters: Retention still not given the necessary attention by gyms
Pressure on sales thanks to a weak economy, and an over-emphasis on social media, are detracting from real retention efforts, says Guy Griffiths
8. UK news round-up:
Gym chains agree to OFT ruling, UK's public health below that of EU neighbours, and a proposal to 'reward' healthy-living citizens
16. International news:
The first 'luxury-eco' jewel box club opens in the US, and Linzenich Group opens 13th site in Germany
18. People news: People profile - Richard Lee
Spartan Race, an obstacle race concept taking the world by storm
20. IHRSA update: IHRSA 2013
Kristen Walsh rounds up the news from IHRSA's 32nd Annual Convention and Trade Show, which took place in Las Vegas last month
25. Diary dates:
This month delegates gather for the Australia Fitness Expo in Sydney and SPATEC Europe in Tenerife
26. ukactive update: The new public health landscape
CEO David Stalker outlines the key changes to public health commissioning which came into force this month, and what these mean for health and wellbeing providers
30. Everyone's talking about...: CCGs not PCTs
On 1 April, Clinical Commissioning Groups replaced Primary Care Trusts, passing responsibility for health to local authorities. How will this impact the fitness industry?
32. Interview: Dennis Pellikaan
The co-owner and director of Dutch health club operator and construction company Pellikaan talks to Kate Cracknell about integrating fitness and medical offerings
39. Health trends: The power of one
As today's consumers start to take control of their own health, Louise Kennedy considers how this will shape the future fitness industry
42. Exercise science: Exercise is medicine
There is now a vast amount of research supporting the benefits of exercise. Kristoph Thompson reviews some recent studies
47. New opening: Micro-management
'Reserve your seat' technology and a focus on excellent instruction, we pay a visit to Cyclebeat, London's latest microgym
50. Online booking: Be 'appy
For years it's been possible to book hotels and trains via smartphones, but not fitness classes. Kath Hudson examines how technology is enabling clubs to finally catch up
54. Retention software: Creating communities
Abigail Harris takes a look at the latest software designed to help members feel a sense of belonging to their gym 'community'
58. Virtual classes: Virtual reality
Virtual classes are coming of age, bringing a new lease of life to group exercise studios. We report on this growing trend
62. Exercise science: Clocking in
Is there a 'correct' time to exercise based on our internal body clocks? Kate Cracknell reviews some recent findings and consults HCM's panel of experts
67. Outdoor fitness: The great outdoors
A new report into outdoor fitness found that 100 per cent of respondents were planning outdoor classes for 2013. We take a closer look at some of those plans
71. Vibration training: Shake it up
Do you have a vibration plate lying idle in your club? We ask suppliers for advice on how to breathe new life into this piece of kit
77. Studio equipment: fitness-kit.net special
A round-up of some of the latest product launches for your studio
81. Project Profiles: Supplier showcase
A look at projects from Technogym, Escape Fitness and Jordan
90. Lightweights:
A new K9 Fit Club, mascara before the gym, and a shocking sock survey
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Member payments
It’s essential for clubs that the payment process is as easy to use as possible. HCM caught up with some of the leading member payment services to find out how they’re helping clubs
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ukactive
Following the ActiveLab Live! finale at the recent Active Uprising conference, we take a look at startups that are using technology to help people become healthier and more active
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Asia
Over 300 fitness executives gathered in Singapore recently for the World Fit Summit. HCM’s Steph Eaves attended to chat with CEO and founder Ross Campbell and find out more about the industry in Asia
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Strength training
You may be able to help your members and customers avoid or reverse osteoporosis by encouraging weight bearing activities, as Liz Terry reports
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Statistics
The fitness market in Europe is entering a new phase of growth according to the European Health & Fitness Market Report 2019 by EuropeActive and Deloitte. HCM reports
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Flooring
With the increase in popularity of functional training, the floor is increasingly becoming a piece of equipment in itself. Kath Hudson investigates
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Retention
Are you optimising HIIT for your members, or are they put off by the pain? Abigail Harris looks at research into ways to better support members towards a positive outcome
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Retention
There’s no one thing that will fix your member retention, but clarity of mission, a strong culture and an eye for data will drive significant change. Kate Cracknell reports from this year’s Retention Convention
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Innovation
Silicon Valley hacker Dave Asprey used his tech skills to gather the latest fitness kit to create a bio hacking boutique. Kath Hudson investigates
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Active ageing
The older people get, the more likely they are to have a long term health condition. But getting ill is not an inevitable consequence of getting older, so targeting the over 50s market could bring about multiple wins. Kath Hudson reports
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Parents often tell their children to become doctors or lawyers, but now they’ll encourage their children to become fitness pros. At $1,000 an hour, they’ll make more than the best Wall Street lawyers. Trainers are the new superstars
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Technology is shaping the way we do fitness. Personal trainers seek the latest innovations to elevate their business services. Electro-muscle stimulation (EMS) takes fitness technology to a whole new level, using the best of technology to ensure faster results compared to any other workout
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Featured supplier news
Featured supplier: Collaboration, not aggregation, is the message
MoveGB is a collaboration-based platform, but being a platform, one of the common worries we hear from our partners is about loss of customer ownership.
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier: New London PT facility partners with Eleiko
WE11, a luxury co-working studio for wellness professionals, is a stunning facility with a fully equipped gym, treatment rooms, changing rooms and The WE11 Lounge.
Opinion
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Member retention is a growing problem for long-established gym chains, who are battling the growing budget and boutique gym market.
Opinion: Are you trying to beat budget gyms at their own game?
Video Gallery
Harlands Group testimonial
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Company profile: Incorpore Ltd
Incorpore is a leading fitness and wellness company who have been successfully delivering solutions to ...
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Directory
Skincare
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Flooring
Total Vibration Solutions Ltd: Flooring
Locking solutions
Ojmar: Locking solutions
Direct debit solutions
Debit Finance Collections: Direct debit solutions
Lockers/interior design
Safe Space Lockers Ltd: Lockers/interior design
Hydrotherapy / spa fragrances
Kemitron GmbH: Hydrotherapy / spa fragrances
Exercise equipment
Eleiko Sport AB: Exercise equipment
Member access schemes
Move GB: Member access schemes
Professional services
Deloitte UK: Professional services
Spa software
SpaBooker: Spa software
Property & Tenders
Diary dates
23-25 Jul 2019
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Diary dates
05-06 Sep 2019
TagusPark, Oeiras, Portugal
Diary dates

Health Club Management magazine

2013 issue 4
3. Editor's letter: Strength in numbers
Are gyms currently maximising the revenue and retention potential of group exercise, asks Kate Cracknell
6. Letters: Retention still not given the necessary attention by gyms
Pressure on sales thanks to a weak economy, and an over-emphasis on social media, are detracting from real retention efforts, says Guy Griffiths
8. UK news round-up:
Gym chains agree to OFT ruling, UK's public health below that of EU neighbours, and a proposal to 'reward' healthy-living citizens
16. International news:
The first 'luxury-eco' jewel box club opens in the US, and Linzenich Group opens 13th site in Germany
18. People news: People profile - Richard Lee
Spartan Race, an obstacle race concept taking the world by storm
20. IHRSA update: IHRSA 2013
Kristen Walsh rounds up the news from IHRSA's 32nd Annual Convention and Trade Show, which took place in Las Vegas last month
25. Diary dates:
This month delegates gather for the Australia Fitness Expo in Sydney and SPATEC Europe in Tenerife
26. ukactive update: The new public health landscape
CEO David Stalker outlines the key changes to public health commissioning which came into force this month, and what these mean for health and wellbeing providers
30. Everyone's talking about...: CCGs not PCTs
On 1 April, Clinical Commissioning Groups replaced Primary Care Trusts, passing responsibility for health to local authorities. How will this impact the fitness industry?
32. Interview: Dennis Pellikaan
The co-owner and director of Dutch health club operator and construction company Pellikaan talks to Kate Cracknell about integrating fitness and medical offerings
39. Health trends: The power of one
As today's consumers start to take control of their own health, Louise Kennedy considers how this will shape the future fitness industry
42. Exercise science: Exercise is medicine
There is now a vast amount of research supporting the benefits of exercise. Kristoph Thompson reviews some recent studies
47. New opening: Micro-management
'Reserve your seat' technology and a focus on excellent instruction, we pay a visit to Cyclebeat, London's latest microgym
50. Online booking: Be 'appy
For years it's been possible to book hotels and trains via smartphones, but not fitness classes. Kath Hudson examines how technology is enabling clubs to finally catch up
54. Retention software: Creating communities
Abigail Harris takes a look at the latest software designed to help members feel a sense of belonging to their gym 'community'
58. Virtual classes: Virtual reality
Virtual classes are coming of age, bringing a new lease of life to group exercise studios. We report on this growing trend
62. Exercise science: Clocking in
Is there a 'correct' time to exercise based on our internal body clocks? Kate Cracknell reviews some recent findings and consults HCM's panel of experts
67. Outdoor fitness: The great outdoors
A new report into outdoor fitness found that 100 per cent of respondents were planning outdoor classes for 2013. We take a closer look at some of those plans
71. Vibration training: Shake it up
Do you have a vibration plate lying idle in your club? We ask suppliers for advice on how to breathe new life into this piece of kit
77. Studio equipment: fitness-kit.net special
A round-up of some of the latest product launches for your studio
81. Project Profiles: Supplier showcase
A look at projects from Technogym, Escape Fitness and Jordan
90. Lightweights:
A new K9 Fit Club, mascara before the gym, and a shocking sock survey
1 - 40 of 117
Job search
POST YOUR JOB
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier: Collaboration, not aggregation, is the message
MoveGB is a collaboration-based platform, but being a platform, one of the common worries we hear from our partners is about loss of customer ownership.
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier: New London PT facility partners with Eleiko
WE11, a luxury co-working studio for wellness professionals, is a stunning facility with a fully equipped gym, treatment rooms, changing rooms and The WE11 Lounge.
Opinion
promotion
Member retention is a growing problem for long-established gym chains, who are battling the growing budget and boutique gym market.
Opinion: Are you trying to beat budget gyms at their own game?
Video Gallery
Harlands Group testimonial
Harlands Group
Harlands Group - Testimonial from 'Simply Gym'. Read more
More videos:
Company profiles
Company profile: Technogym
Founded in 1983, Technogym is a world leading international supplier of technology and design-driven products ...
Company profiles
Company profile: Incorpore Ltd
Incorpore is a leading fitness and wellness company who have been successfully delivering solutions to ...
Catalogue Gallery
Click on a catalogue to view it online
Directory
Skincare
Sothys: Skincare
Flooring
Total Vibration Solutions Ltd: Flooring
Locking solutions
Ojmar: Locking solutions
Direct debit solutions
Debit Finance Collections: Direct debit solutions
Lockers/interior design
Safe Space Lockers Ltd: Lockers/interior design
Hydrotherapy / spa fragrances
Kemitron GmbH: Hydrotherapy / spa fragrances
Exercise equipment
Eleiko Sport AB: Exercise equipment
Member access schemes
Move GB: Member access schemes
Professional services
Deloitte UK: Professional services
Spa software
SpaBooker: Spa software
Property & Tenders
Diary dates
23-25 Jul 2019
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Diary dates
05-06 Sep 2019
TagusPark, Oeiras, Portugal
Diary dates
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