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Technogym offers new digital features to assist fitness clubs’ re-opening plans
As governments in many countries are easing Coronavirus lockdown restrictions, Technogym is looking to aid fitness facilities as they prepare to re-open and welcome back members.
Mindful of the challenges of reopening, Technogym is providing comprehensive information on re-opening strategies with its Mywellness technology introducing new features for booking facilities services such as gym space, classes and swimming lanes.
The technology is aimed at helping members to easily book times and spaces, from home or while travelling to the club, thus streamlining reception operations and ensuring members enjoy a seamless customer experience, creating customer confidence at the same time.
In a statement, Technogym advise “after the pandemic, health has certainly risen to the top of the list of consumers personal priorities, especially after so many weeks of lockdown.
“Now, more than ever, the importance of movement and exercise, with the support and motivation of fitness professionals, will be in high demand.”
Noting an acceleration in demand for digital solutions, the statement adds “during lockdown, fitness facilities have connected with consumers using Technogym’s Mywellness platform - engaging and coaching them and offering training experiences and support services, at home and digitally.
“In the re-opening phase technology will continue to play a key role to help operators both to offer engaging experiences and a safe environment. Social distancing will represent a key consideration for clubs to be compliant to local regulations as well as protect members while training.
“When it comes to classes Mywellness plays a key role in group training in a safe and engaging environment by introducing spot booking: every user can safely workout on their own spot visually highlighted my markers or accessories. In addition, thanks to the Teambeats, Technogym’s class and HR monitoring platform, the trainer that can safely guide and motivate members thanks to the visual workout data that are displayed on the large screen.
“Club layout and social distancing will be another key topic for operators to ensure social distancing. On this respect, Biocircuit - Technogym’s circuit training format that automatically sets up equipment, workload, pace and rest time for each single user - represents an ideal solution to ensure the required social distancing between users.
To discover more about Mywellness and how Technogym can assist re-opening plans and strategy across a range of areas including digital consultancy, cleaning & maintenance, interior design, training and education and marketing support click here to contact Technogym Australia via their entry in the Australasian Leisure Management Supplier Directory.
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