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10 Fitness Tech Trends of 2016 [Webinar Recap]

During the “10 Tech Trends in 2016” webinar hosted by Netpulse VP of Growth Greg Skloot and FIT-C President Bryan K. O’Rourke, they discussed 10 emerging technology trends impacting the fitness industry and gave thoughts on how clubs can utilize these to be successful.

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10 Tech Trends in 2016 [Free PDF]

We're excited to present the free PDF "10 Tech Trends in 2016." This guide will give you valuable insight on the emerging technology trends that will impact your club and how to capitalize on them to increase member engagement and drive revenue. 

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5 Must Know Barre Facts - the Hottest Trend in Fitness

Barre is one of the fastest-growing fitness trends in the industry. According to the American Council on Exercise's 2015 Industry Trend Report, in the last two years barre has grown globally by 141%, and has already been adopted by almost 1/3 of the fitness industry. With dozens of studios set to open across the country, here are five must know facts to keep your club ahead of the competition.

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The Best of the Fitness Industry 2015 [Infographic]

What was the most popular club excercise offering in 2015? Which fitness product sold the best on Amazon? From top wearable to most profitible club services, our latest infographic summarizes the best the fitness industry had to offer this past year.

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Fitness Tech News: Jan 2016

Happy New Year! This year, commit to staying on top the fitness tech world with Netpulse! Below are some great articles about fitness, wearable technology, and mobile. Enjoy!

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A Dying Breed: The decline of desktop computing and what it means for your club

Consumer behavior is changing. Not too long ago desktops and laptops were the only way to stay connected to the online world. For clubs that meant creating websites that were optimized for desktop consumption. Members had to be at home or work to log online and register for classes, update their account information or email their club.

But all this has changed...

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