Events

June 26, 2013 // Category: Events

PTTW-Logos-BLUE.pngToday, Life Fitness announced that Nuffield Health, the U.K.’s largest healthcare charity, will serve as the global stage for the Personal Trainers to Watch live competition, where the world’s top personal trainer will be selected. The event, to be held on Sept. 27, 2013, at St. Albans Fitness and Wellbeing Centre, will bring together the competition’s top 10 finalists who will compete and be judged based on training technique using the Life FitnessSynrgy360 personal training system. 

The Life Fitness Academy, the education arm of Life Fitness, will host a Synrgy360 workshop to develop and observe the trainers as the final component to the judging process.  The Personal Trainers to Watch finalists will experience and create dynamic, total-body exercises, with the Synrgy360 system which offers unlimited training possibilities. 

Lauren Kamm
 

April 24, 2013 // Category: Events

Now that we've had a week to recover from the craziness of FIBO, an international fitness industry tradeshow held in Germany, I can firmly say it's been the best yet.

This year FIBO went back to Cologne after 22 years and what a great place to be! It has international appeal, it's easy to reach, and offers a great selection of hotels and restaurants, which I'm sure all attendees appreciated. In fact, FIBO hit a record number of visitors this year in it's 28-year history - 96,700 attendees. More than 30% of trade visitors came from outside of Germany. 

Life Fitness booth 

Katya Lebedeva
 

March 25, 2013 // Category: Events

As fierce as ever, Augie Nieto’s team of supporters kicked off the 2013 annual BASH event for Augie’s Quest echoing his eloquent words just eight years earlier “I’m gonna beat this SOB”.

Augie and Lynne Nieto at IHRSA 2013, Las VegasOn March 21st at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, BASH attendees snickered at Augie’s tenacity, delivered with blunt-force and cutting wit.

Life Fitness co-founder Augie Nieto was diagnosed with ALS or “Lou Gehrig’s Disease” in 2005. ALS affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, eventually leading to loss of muscle movement. The median survival time from the onset of the disease to death is little more than three years, and only four percent of those affected survive longer than 10 years. Ever the fighter, Augie stunned the room last week when he showed guests he was getting stronger. Having experienced almost complete muscle failure in his legs and wheelchair-bound today, Augie proved recovering strength by leg-pressing 100 lbs on stage that night.  

Lauren Kamm
 

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