Stand out, Stay Ahead and Realize the Difference with Technogym.
Fitness experts recommend changing up your fitness routine so why offer your clients only the same standard equipment? Boost their workout efficiency by offering them new ways to train.
Equipping your facility with Technogym allows you to offer your members not only the same equipment the Olympians trained on in the Olympic Village in London this summer, but also equipment that fun, easy and effective.
Technogym is the Wellness Company; that means our equipment is designed around the end user, users of all shapes, sizes and abilities. It’s about getting people moving and achieving their goals.
Showcasing these equipment and technology solutions at Club Industry 2012:
Kinesis Stations & Kinesis One
Driven by Technogym’s Full Gravity Technology, Kinesis solutions require no handle adjustments and allow users to perform any type of movement with resistance. Kinesis Stations bridge the gap between conventional strength machines and functional training. Kinesis One is a freestanding solo unit ideal for a personal training space or the gym floor.
Excite+ Run Now with VISIO Web
Technogym’s Run Now treadmill offers engaging workout interfaces and enhanced safety features. Run Now uses 40% less energy than other treadmills. VISIOWEB features internet connectivity so users can browse their favorite Websites, send e-mails, check social sites, and a lot more.
Excite + Vario
Vario is a cardiovascular cross training machine that seamlessly adapts to the user’s stride length and preferred movement type, from stepping to walking to running
Comprised of seven applications (Self, Challenge, Profile, Prescribe, Coach, Asset and Communicator), mywellness cloud allows operators to learn relevant information about members, effectively manage facility assets and offers innovative ways to increase revenue.
You can also experience Techngym’s Group Cycle in the Club Industry Ride area of the exhibit hall.
Booth No. 830
This company is an exhibitor at The Club Industry Show and an advertiser in the September 2012 issue of Club Industry.