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Monthly Archives: September 2015

  1. AXA PPP healthcare offer better access to digital healthcare

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    AXA PPP healthcare announce the introduction of two new health and wellbeing digital platforms for consumers. Together, they form an integral part of the healthcare company’s bid to play a leading role in shaping the future of the consumer health technology arena. Designed to satisfy people’s desire for greater control of their health and wellbeing and drive to make the most of new technology, the platforms will be freely available to all.

    MyActive+ (www.myactiveplus.com) is an innovative healthcare retail platform providing customers with discounted health technology products, wellbeing services and individually targeted content – all with the intention of making a healthi

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  2. Places for People Leisure continue expansion into budget gym sector

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    Places for People Leisure ventured further into a new area of leisure provision last month, with the opening of their second budget gym in Corby. Following the success of the first Places Gym, a refresh of the Sam Jones gym in Sheffield, the second site that opened in May, has been warmly received by local residents.

    The award winning social enterprise, who partner with numerous local authorities to manage leisure facilities, were keen to branch out into the budget gym sector and offer a more cost effective alternative to bigger gym environments. The new Places Gym in Corby provides members with over 100 stations to accommodate their exercise needs. Top of the range Precor CV equipment, Matrix resistance equipment, Vplates and a free weights area are also available.

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  3. Retention Guru drafted in to support Anytime Fitness

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    Anytime Fitness North America has called in Retention Guru, Dr. Paul Bedford, to help develop the franchise brands digital retention strategy.

    The move will see Dr. Bedford, who is seen as one of the fitness industrys leading authorities on retention, attrition and member experience management, help to create an automated digital approach to membership marketing, which aims to provide consistency of message for the group, allowing owners and managers across the 2,200 franchise clubs in North America to focus on the day to day running of their health clubs.

    The four month project is part of a multi-staged approach and will be aligned

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  4. What are the top 7 dance inspired fitness workouts?

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    Dance fitness classes are more popular than ever, with thousands of people choosing dancing as their way of keeping fit. Dance fitness crazes come and go but the best thing about them is they welcome all levels – so whether you’re a trained dancer or a complete beginner, a dance fitness class is a fun way to work out. DancingClasses.biz has released its top seven dance workouts.

    Without a doubt, the top dance inspired workout class, which is now world famous, is Zumba. The cardio workout with an element of toning fuses many different styles of dance, mainly South American, including salsa, cumbia, merengue, hip hop and reggaeton. It is one of the most popular dance workouts worldwide with an array of merchandise including clothing, DVDs and video games.

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