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Health Club Management magazine

2014 issue 1
5. Editor's letter: Time to fight for QOF inclusion
The removal of physical activity from the QOF is a blow to our sector, and we must lobby to have it reinstated, says Kate Cracknell
8. Letters: Write to reply
Far from leading members away into alternative exercise, wearable technology can help build their loyalty to your club, says Fitbug founder Paul Landau
10. News round-up:
Physical activity is removed from QOF, new £15.3m leisure centre for Fife, and Pulse buys Trixter. Plus a Q&A with MOSSA president Terry Browning on its Xbox partnership
20. International news:
Anytime Fitness opens two more clubs in Barcelona, while premium health club spa brand ELEMENTS opens two new sites in Germany
22. People news:
Jeremy Jenkins is appointed MD of SportsArt UK, and former Fitness First MD joins Xercise4Less
24. IHRSA update: European Perspective
Kristen Walsh reports on events at IHRSA's recent European Convention in Madrid, which attracted a record 600 delegates
28. ukactive update: Combating Type 2 Diabetes
New research shows how physical activity can help in the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes
30. Diary dates:
A look ahead at the key health, fitness and wellness events taking place throughout 2014
36. Everyone's talking about...: Discounting
Is discounting good for business or can it attract 'problem members'?
38. Interview: Martin Long
The CEO of LA fitness talks to Kate Cracknell about the recent launch of its premium LAX brand
44. Retention series: Quality standards
How important is the quality of your offering when it comes to keeping your members? Dr Paul Bedford reports
48. Indoor cycling: Wheels in motion
As the indoor cycling boom continues, Kath Hudson finds out what lessons mainstream clubs can learn from the growing number of specialised cycling microgyms
54. Promotional Feature: Alliance Leisure
Part four of a nine-part series detailing Alliance Leisure's process for creating successful public leisure facilities - For any planned leisure development, rigorous site investigations are essential to establish a realistic project cost
56. Gymtopia series: Old for new
In a new series for Health Club Management, Gymtopia founder Ray Algar reports on a gym shoe donation project in Brazil
58. Consumer trends: On trend
trendwatching.com's Henry Mason identifies some of the key consumer trends for the fitness sector to run with in 2014, from Crowd Shaping to The Internet of Caring Things
62. Member research: Stay or leave?
In exclusive research for Health Club Management, Leisure-net MD Mike Hill asks why people leave their club or leisure centre, and how they're treated during the leaving process
66. Management series: The management challenge
Health clubs must invest in upskilling their managers if the sector is to gain credibility and build a strong future, says Liz Terry
69. Consumer research: Growth opportunities
Michael Oliver outlines the findings of Mintel's 2013 health, fitness and leisure reports, and offers his views on future opportunities
72. Design & architecture: Design psychology
How can we tap into member psychology to create a health club environment that's inspiring to both spend time in and work out in? Kath Hudson reports
74. SIBEC review: Industry insights
Katie Lewis reports on discussions at November's SIBEC Europe event, from functional training to price-cutting, and from centralised ad campaigns to 'exercise is medicine'
76. Free weights: fitness-kit.net special
The latest free weights news from Jordan Fitness, Matrix, Escape Fitness, York, Gymkit, Fitness Mad, Life Fitness and iRobic
78. Supplier showcase:
We take a look at Jordan Fitness' recent installation at independent health club The Pulse
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