Wellness on the go: Wellness everywhere, at any time.
Now operators can interact with their members in the facility, at home, while traveling and on the Go. With Wellness on the Go, users can access their workout information from fitness equipment, their smartphone, a tablet or from their computer though mywellness cloud. Members also can choose to share their information so they can keep in touch with their trainer, club staff or other members to stay motivated. It's all part of the Technogym Ecosystem.
The Technogym Ecosystem represents a milestone of an exciting innovation journey Technogym started in 1996 with the introduction of Wellness System, the first software platform to manage training experiences within the club. In 2003, Technogym launched Wellness TV, the first TV screen integrated into cardio equipment, while in 2009, the company launched VISIOweb, the industry's first web connected equipment display.
The Technogym Ecosystem delivers a fully integrated and personalized training experience with integration between the connected equipment and mywellness cloud open platform. The open platform allows an operator to offer their members a vast number of applications, content and connectivity options directly in the equipment displays. It offers operators a complete set of web and mobile applications to connect their club and their equipment with their members inside and outside the club. The system is accessible directly from the Technogym equipment and it allows operators to create an ecosystem around the facility to attract and engage members though their phones, tablets and computers. Operators can choose the business apps that best fits their needs, while end users can log into their mywellness cloud personalized account to view and share their training data or their favorite web contents and to interact with the club, the trainer or fellow users.
Learn more about Wellness on the Go and mywellness cloud at booth 1549 at IHRSA March 20-21.
Booth No. 1549
This company is an exhibitor at IHRSA and an advertiser in the February 2013 issue of Club Industry.