Nautilus Adds to Education Sites


LOUISVILLE, CO — The Nautilus Group Inc. announced a partnership between the Fitness Academy and eight education sites nationwide.

The following facilities will execute the Indoor Cycling program, as well as lend support and service to the Fitness Academy programs and principles: The Denver Athletic Club; Canyon Ranch Spa Club, Las Vegas; Canyon Ranch, Tucson, AZ; Berry's Barbell, Columbus, OH; Mayfair Racquet & Fitness, Toronto, Ontario; Edward Health & Fitness, Chicago; Crunch, Mission Viejo, CA, Atlanta and New York; and Equinox, New York.

“We are thrilled to have these clubs on board supporting our education philosophies and training methodologies,” says Tracey Harvey, director of the Fitness Academy. “We want to inspire the world to fitness, and these education sites are playing a huge role by educating their members. We admire the dedication that these clubs are showing to the fitness world and look forward to working with them toward our mutual goals.”

The Fitness Academy programs include Indoor Cycling and RiPP, resistance performance program. Nautilus-branded programs that are also part of the Fitness Academy include a variety of lifestyle-oriented programs geared to different demographic communities such as seniors, youth and women, as well as goal-oriented programs such as high intensity and sports-specific training, according to the company.

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