The new Summer 2017 edition of the What’s New in Fitness magazine is a celebration of diversity within our industry.
With a updated layout we are confident in presenting fitness professionals with meaningful and useful content regardless of capacity with the industry. An edition of our magazine that 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 Report Breaking
The latest IHRSA Club Report with consumer research finding opportunities are outweighing the challenges. Read now
15 Internet Of Things
We take a look at 7 companies to watch in the Fitness Industry space. Read now
16 Are You Legally Fit?
In the first of a new series of articles, Meridian Lawyers share 7 steps to lower your legal risks. Read now
18 Must-Do Post Natal
Our resident fitness specialist and author Jen Dugard explains the importance of creating exercise programs for new mums, with 3 ‘Must-Do’ Post Natal Exercises. Read now
21 The 2017 WNiF & AEFM Fitness Model Search
Now in it’s third year, the 2017 WNiF & AEFM Fitness Model Search created a huge buzz and with over 100 budding fitness model entrants, was the hottest contested yet. From our 12 finalists, the Australia Elite Fitness Model (AEFM) panel of judges decided on the 2017 winners. Zoe Hackett, a 25 year old paramedic from Gold Coast, QLD and Samuel Ball, a 25 year old actor, model and self-proclaimed gym junkie from Byron Bay, NSW took out the top prize which included the front cover of this Summer 2017 Edition of the WNiF magazine.
The People’s Choice this year, was won by 18 year old Tassie favourite, Lauren Davidson with double the votes of any other finalist. Congrats Lauren.
A special thank you to all our sponsors who help make our competition so rewarding for our models. Watch this space – the 2018 contest is going to be huge! Read now
27 FILEX: Powered By…
Fitness Australia CEO Bill Moore explains how the opportunity to take control of one of the world’s premier fitness events came about and the exciting times that lie ahead for the Australian fitness community and it’s members. Read now
31 Outsourcing Success
In this 2-part article, world renowned sales and business consultant Steve Jensen shares invaluable insight to personal and business success with 11
(no-nonsense) Tips To Outsourcing Success. This is absolute must read article for all fitness professionals. Read now
34 Boutique Disruption
A look at the birth and growth of boutique indoor cycling studios in the US, the spin-off franchise opportunities plus the company behind one of the fitness industry’s most dramatic equipment and technology disruptions for decades. 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):
57 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 XTREME International Director Chris Chatto about the commercialisation of Simulated Altitude Training (SAT) rooms and how their popularity as an add-on or supplementary service is growing rapidly. Read now
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