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BroadcastVision enhances the overall workout experience for more than 17 million viewers a day worldwide, according to the company. Choose from three wireless Fitness Cinema systems (Fitness Cinema 900, Personal Fitness Cinema and Fitness Cinema FM) to attract new members, and increase retention and overall profits, says the company.
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The Nautilus approach provides a weight training and body shaping alternative to free-weights. The Nautilus Nitro machine offers the same workout as the Nautilus 2ST in a more streamlined size. The Nitro comes with a 12-year original owner warranty for structural frame, welded moving parts and weight stack; a three-year original owner warranty on any moving part(s) and one year service and labor.
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The 8300 total-body elliptical is the latest in a long line of products from SportsArt. Featuring patented adjustable stride technology, the 8300 allows different-sized users the ability to customize stride length. This feature also varies the training effect for maximum results, according to the company. Other features include contact heart rate, heart rate control, and a wide variety of preset and custom courses.
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CSI Software's eMember club management program is operated over the Internet with CSI providing the data storage, servers, programming and technology support. Membership sales, accounting, scheduling and class registration can all be performed in real time, whether the club is a one-site or multi-site operation.
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The PFW 7700 Smith machine features an advanced design. The lifting arm is counter-weighted in order to reduce bar weight from more than 40 pounds to 14 pounds for lighter training. The weight slide carriage features Thompson Super 16 linear ball bushings for ultra-smooth movement regardless of the load, the company reports. Thirteen height adjustments accommodate any exercise.
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Ivanko introduces its new rubber E-Z Lift Plates. These rubber plates feature Ivanko's exclusive patented E-Z Lift design. Ivanko's rubber E-Z Lift Plates will not crack, chip, flake, peel, rust or tear like cast-iron painted or other non-rubber plates. Because its plates are rubber, they won't damage floors or upholstery. They also won't dent or scratch equipment.
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The new ShapeMaster “Easytone” consists of nine vertical stations. Each machine focuses on a major muscle group in the body and by controlled repetitive isokinetic and isotonic movements, can effectively exercise specific muscle groups of the body, regardless of an individual's physical fitness profile.
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Spa Partners manufactures products for the body. These products include body wash, hair and body shower shampoos, liquid soaps, deodorants, antiperspirants, conditioners, mouthwash, shaving products, hair spray, aftershave lotion and body powder. In addition, the company also offers club operators an assortment of locker room pumps, sprayers and grooming bar accessories to enhance the spa experience.
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Aphelion develops management software and computer systems for the health and fitness industry. The management software supports all aspects of club operation from the check-in process to billing and collections. Aphelion also offers customized turnkey systems with advanced computer hardware, additional networking components, cash drawers, printers and software.
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