OUT NOW! – The Spring Edition Of The 2018 WNiF Magazine

The new Spring 2018 Edition of the What’s New in Fitness magazine is the 20th Edition and continues to be a great resource for fitness professionals with relevant industry news, articles and resources to better inform you and your business.

WNiF present fitness professionals with meaningful and useful content regardless of their capacity in the industry. The Spring 2018 Edition of the magazine really does have something for everyone!

Together with our constantly updated website, What’s New in Fitness is the #1 and most trusted commercial resource an industry professional can view.

This edition in full…

12 IHRSA – Global Markets Boom

Last year, health club membership topped 174 million consumers around the globe – get the latest IHRSA global market report.. Read now

15 How To Get More Form Your Facebook Advertising

Most tness businesses have ran Facebook ads in the past with dissapointing results – here are some tips to get a better return on your money. Read now

16 Australian Fitness Awards 2019

Outstanding fitness business or professional? Nominations now open for the Australian Fitness Awards 2019. Read now

18 New Mums: Setting Fitness Goals

Resident tness specialist and author Jen Dugard runs us through how to change the conversation when setting goal setting for new mums. Read now

22 Brah! Brah! Brah!

Esther Labi from online store ‘Storm in a D Cup’ explans why you should a sports bra. Read now

24 7 Keys To Fix Your Focus & Increase Productivity

Here are 7 simple steps to help you complete your tasks and projects and stay on top of your personal growth. Read now

Feature Article

28 Boutique Versus Traditional Gym

Fitness Boutiques are disrupting the industry like never before and traditional gyms are having to adapt to the changes that millennials and the younger generation are demanding. Connecting with a likeminded community, exible specialised services, bespoke programs and the latest technology are just a few of their ‘requirements’.

In this article, we take a look at the latest set of boutique studios set to disrupt, tapping into all the wants and needs of women and female millennials. Read now

31 High @ South Pacific

In this exclusive interview, Craig Mac talks ‘altitude’ with South Paci c Health Clubs owner Connstantinou on the eve of a triple altitude installation at the iconic Sea Baths club in St Kilda. Read now 

34 The Future Form A Past Perspective

Sales specialist Steve Jensen takes a few moments and re ects on our past to uncover our future. Read now

36 The New Role Gym Merchandising Serves In Gym & Sales Retention

Today, gyms are more than just gyms – they’re brands. Selling merchandise can play an important role in boosting your gyms customer referrals and creating a loyal customer community. Read now 

39 What’s New…

Our 10-page Feature Product section showcases by category, What’s New across commercial fitness product ranges, business services and other equipment. In this edition we spotlight these six categories (view now):

40 Education view now
42 Fitness Equipment view now
48 Fashion & Wearables view now
50 Group Fitness view now
52 Technology view now
53 Fitness Training Aids view now

55 Five Questions…

In every edition of the WNiF Magazine, we get the heads up from a prominent representative of the commercial fitness supplier community. In this edition, Craig Mac interviews the CEO of Evolt IoH, Ed Zouroudis on the technology behind body composition and body scanners and why they have become popular in the gym space as amongst other things, a member retention and engagement tool Read now

Fitness professionals can subscribe to the quarterly WNiF Magazine for free – subscribe here.

If you are interested in contributing to future editions of the magazine contact analee@wnif.com.au.

WNiF are on the look out for facilities to feature in their Club or Studio Profile section for 2019 editions of the magazine. To submit your club/gym/centre/studio for consideration, email sarah@whatsnewinfitness.com.au.

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