With the growing utilization of technology in both personal and professional life, there seems to be less time to “just be” without a plethora of stimuli around us. Between computer use at work, smartphone use in our personal life, and the popularity of utilizing fitness devices and apps to track
With 2018 now on our minds, it’s a good time to ponder how the fitness industry might change in the upcoming year and beyond. One thing’s certain: technology will continue to integrate with pretty much everything related to health and fitness. Where will you fit in?
In the new era of wellness and wearable technology, 2016 offers fitness professionals advanced tools to coach and motivate their clients like never before. With new health applications promising to help inspire users towards better nutrition, taking extra steps, and burning more calories, the big question in the fitness industry still remains: Can wellness and fitness technology
Personal trainers are now primed to keep clients even more loyal with the explosion of wearable technology in 2015. The Fitness Industry Technology Council, FIT-C, reports the wearables market is poised to grow from 14 million devices shipped in 2011 to 171 million devices shipped by 2016; 60% being fitness related. With new