A growing number of trainers are receiving specialty accreditations that allow them to offer nutrition and weightloss advice to clients Photo courtesy of the American Council on Exercise

A growing number of trainers are receiving specialty accreditations that allow them to offer nutrition and weight-loss advice to clients. Photo courtesy of the American Council on Exercise.

Fitness Facilities Expand Weight-Loss Offerings to Meet Demands, Improve Results and Increase Revenue

Health club operators and fitness professionals are beefing up their weight-loss programs to help members slim down and stay healthy, often increasing their revenues in the process.

When it comes to helping members lose weight, offering exercise is only one piece of the puzzle. That’s why health club operators and fitness professionals are beefing up their weight-loss programs to help members slim down and stay healthy, often increasing their revenues in the process.

Although science has proven that exercise is important to weight-loss efforts, factors such as nutrition, positive reinforcement and education also play a vital role. To take advantage of the g

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