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OUT NOW! The Winter 2019 WNiF Magazine

The What’s New in Fitness Winter 2019 Edition is essential reading for all fitness professionals.

Our biggest edition in two years, we focus on success for the future with articles covering topics on social media, websites and online sales conversions, marketing for results, group fitness programming and core disciplines for success!

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…

14 IHRSA 2019 – Global Report: Key Findings

IHRSA 2019 Global Report – A record high 183 million members in over 65 Global Markets. Read now

17 Top Insta Fitness Hashtags

Guess no more! This is the ultimate list of the top fitness and health related hashtags you should use to get more likes and followers on your Instagram. Read now

18 How To Convert Online Leads & Sell More

Calling a web lead and leaving a voicemail hoping they will call you back is old school! Read now

20 Collaboration Over Competition

In a world where women are often pitted against each other and in an industry that has mostly been driven by the masculine influence, there is emerging a breed of Personal Trainer that knows there is another way. Read now

23 8 Reasons Fitness Websites Don’t Work

Wondering if your yoga, fitness, weight loss or medical website has the right stuff? Watch out for these eight landmines. Read now

Feature Article

26 Revolution To Evolution

Our Feature Article in this edition takes a closer look at celebrity transformation coaches and specialists Chief Brabon and Emilie Brabon-Hames who have achieved huge success for high profile clients such as Multi-Platinum Singer/Songwriter Guy Sebastian – we visit their ‘sort of secret’ training facility in The Rocks, Sydney. Read now

32 Proprietary Programming: Set Yourself Apart

Developing a unique program that is exclusively yours can really give you a leg up on your competitiors, especially when clients are looking for an experience that will deliver these key elements. Read now 

35 The Future Of Gym Design

Embrace the killer instinct to create something entirely unseen in the fitness industry. Read now

38 5 Core Disciplines Of Success

Most fitness professionals and business owner’s start out with a vague awareness that there’s a lot more to building a business than they initially thought. Read now 

42 Fitness Australia: The Next Phase

Fitness Australia CEO Barrie Elvish – “we’re pushing for a more physically active nation”. Read now 

45 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):

46 Education view now
48 Fitness Equipment view now
54 Fashion & Wearables view now
55 Technology view now
56 Fitness Training Aids view now

59 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 Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Asia Pacific for gym80, Dale Lindsay on the maturity of the Australian market and the gap for a high quality strength and conditioning equipment manufacturer with a strong pedigree and loyal following in the European markets. 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 craig@wnif.com.au.

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