Although the philosophy behind HIIT has been around for decades, fitness facilities can capitalize on its recent popularity by offering high-intensity interval group fitness programs, which can increase revenue and improve retention.
For fitness facilities offering weight-loss programs, providing tracking tools can be key to helping members get the results they want, and mobile or online tracking tools can have even bigger benefits for clubs and clients.
The Marine Corps has postponed changing its physical fitness test to include a pull-up requirement for female Marines after research showed fewer than half of female recruits could meet the new standard.
U.S. Army soldiers from Fort Carson, CO, led Army physical readiness training sessions for local elementary school students last month as part of a program designed to keep kids in military communities healthy.
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