The Grand Forks Air Force Base39s Sports and Fitness Center features Preva Precor39s networked fitness system which is pictured here in another fitness facility Photo courtesy of Precor

The Grand Forks Air Force Base's Sports and Fitness Center features Preva, Precor's networked fitness system, which is pictured here in another fitness facility. Photo courtesy of Precor.

Air Force Base Uses Networked Fitness to Motivate Airmen

As the U.S. Armed Forces work to combat increasing obesity rates, the Grand Forks (ND) Air Force Base is using networked fitness to help motivate airmen to exercise.

As the U.S. Armed Forces work to combat increasing obesity rates, one Air Force base is using networked fitness to help motivate airmen to exercise.

At Grand Forks (ND) Air Force Base, the recently renovated 118,000-square-foot Sports and Fitness Center includes Precor's 880 line of cardio equipment, which is connected to the Woodinville, WA-based company's Preva networked fitness system. According to Precor, Grand Forks is the first U.S. military installation to have ne

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