WNiF eNewsletter - November 2016

What's New In Fitness

November 2016



Featured Videos - Looking for an Opportunity?

View promotional videos of new or recently launched supplier products, services, key industry interviews, plus industry events promotions and announcements. To feature a promotional video for your business call 1300 38 38 77.

The New HOIST Mi5 Functional Trainer

The New HOIST Mi5 Functional Trainer

One of HOIST’s most compact, space efficient functional trainer to-date. With patented technology, the Mi5 features two cable arms with two planes of movement. A unique three-point cable adjustment system allows for more than 1,000 cable adjustment variations. The Mi5 also features a built-in tablet and accessory holder, water bottle holder and weight lock for suspension exercises.

COMING SOON - The First Ever Live Interactive App

COMING SOON - The First Ever Live Interactive App

FireFan is the first ever LIVE interactive app – letting you interact LIVE during live sporting events. Predict game play – in real real on game day – against friends, athletes, superstars and other passionate fans. Game day will never be the same! Register for the free app now and be amongst the first to play. 

Top Fitness Trends for 2017

Top Fitness Trends for 2017

Leading experts from the Australian Institute of Fitness, Michelle Bridges, Nardia Norman, Tim Robards and Blake Worrall-Thompson comment on the ACSM’s fitness trend predictions.

If you use an activity tracker, smart watch, heart rate monitor or GPS device to track your fitness progress, you’re part of a rapidly growing segment of consumers using wearable technology to collect daily health metrics. You’re also following the number one predicted fitness trend for 2017 – wearable technology, which has topped the list for the second year in a row, according to the American College of Sports Medicine’s (ACSM) annual fitness trend forecast...

Top Fitness Trends for 2017

Fitness Australia Wants To Get More Australians Lifting

Fitness Australia Wants To Get More Australians Lifting

We know the advantages of weight training but as a nation there aren’t enough of us doing it”.

Recent results from the Study of Mental and Resistance Training (SMART) [i] trial lead by Dr Yogi Mavros, found increased muscle strength led to improved brain function in adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) – those with reduced cognitive abilities – a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease.

“Basically the stronger you become the greater the benefit for your brain,” says Bill Moore, CEO of Fitness Australia. “It’s great to hear...

Fitness Australia Wants To Get More Australians Lifting

OH! Magazine - October 2016

Body Care Health Club in WA offers its members a hardcopy healthy lifestyle magazine. You can too!

OH! Magazine is Australia's first and only customisable mag for health clubs.

Award-winning editor and OH! Magazine publisher Analee Matthews, is producing a multi-award-winning publication that is specifically designed for health clubs and fitness businesses to provide to their members, as their own in-house magazine. To find out more email havingfun@ohmagazine.com.au or to read the latest issue of OH! Magazine, click the button below.




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