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Mar
27

AN INTERVIEW WITH IHRSA

We recently exhibited at the IHRSA (International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association) 2015 Tradeshow in Los Angeles where we had the opportunity to discuss two exciting NEW developments:

– The newest addition to the Elevate Line™ – the Total Gym® Jump Trainer™

– GRAVITY Studio® – a franchise/licensee opportunity for those looking for an approachable and effective studio fitness solution.

IHRSA is the trade association serving the global health club and fitness industry. The mission of IHRSA is to grow, protect and promote the health and fitness industry, and to provide its members with benefits that will help them be more successful.

IHRSA and its members of health clubs and fitness facilities, gyms, spas, sports clubs, and industry suppliers (like us!) are dedicated to making the world healthier through regular exercise and activity promotion.

Dec
2

A WHISKER-RAISING CAUSE

This past month Total Gym took part in the Movember movemnet, raising awareness and funds for the health issues men face. This movement is saving and improving the lives of men affected by prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health problems.

The Movember Foundation is the leading global organization committed to changing the face of men’s health. Having raised $559 million to date, they’ve funded over 800 programs in 21 countries, saving and improving the lives of men affected by prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health problems.

The Movember Foundation challenges men to grow moustaches during the month of November, now commonly referred to as Movember, to spark conversation and raise vital funds for its men’s health programs. To date, 4 million moustaches have been grown worldwide, and here at Total Gym we’ve done our own whisker-raising for the cause.
However you don’t need to sport a ‘stache to support this cause. You can make a donation directly to the Movember Movement here or on behalf of Team Total Gym here.

Remember, just like a mustache never goes out of style, it’s never too late to donate.

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Sep
16

Total Gym Takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Our mission is simple – helping millions of people get healthier – and sometimes it’s not through fitness.

These past few months there have been a slew of videos uploaded to social media. Video’s in which a person voluntarily pours a bucket of ice water over themselves in the name of ALS Awareness.

For those of you who don’t know, ALS stands for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the lethal neurodegenerative disorder also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

About 30,000 Americans have this devastating disease, which attacks nerve cells and ultimately leads to total paralysis, losing the ability to eat, speak, walk, and eventually breathe – all while the mind remains sharp.

Life expectancy is typically two to five years from the time of diagnosis and currently, there is only one drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat ALS, which only modestly extends survival by two to three months. Consequently, ALS is 100 percent fatal.

In our small world of fitness, we have been greatly affected by ALS. Augie Nieto, a vivacious and energetic innovator in the industry who co-founded Lifecycles, Inc., now called Life Fitness, Inc., was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in 2005. But always the pioneer, Augie and his family have been leading the way in finding a cure for ALS.

They founded Augie’s Quest, the largest individual fundraising program for ALS. All funds raised by Augie’s Quest benefit ALS Therapy Development Institute – the world’s leader in ALS research whose focus is to discover and develop effective treatments to end ALS.

But without public awareness, there is only a limited pipeline for fundraising.  According to The ALS Association, only about half of the general public is knowledgeable about ALS. That means 50 percent of the American public doesn’t know what the disease is or that it even exists.

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made profound difference, welcoming more than 70,000 new donors who have raised over $110 million since July 29. At last count, more than 1.2 million people have posted videos on Facebook and mentioned the phenomenon more than 2.2 million times on Twitter.

Here at Total Gym, we were happy to join in, taking the challenge to the next level and contributing to the cause. Now we nominate all of you to Get On Board as well – take the challenge yourself and/or donate to any one of these foundations fighting for a cure:

ALS Association   Project ALS     ALS TDI   Augie’s  Quest

 

May
20

AN INSPIRATIONAL TRIP TO THE EAST COAST

Hi, it’s Bonnie, back from another East coast excursion!

RoddyThis time I had the opportunity to attend the Mideast Regional AYP (Association of YMCA Professionals) Conference in Philadelphia, PA, where I got to meet violin virtuoso Roddy Chong – the event’s keynote speaker.

Roddy, an inspirational public speaker who has toured with Celine Dion and Shania Twain, spoke about “Finding and Pursuing Your Passion.” His speech, had a profound effect on me.

His passion helped reinvigorate my enthusiasm for serving the YMCA community.

Here at Total Gym, we abide by “The P DIF,” the affectionate acronym we’ve coined to describe our core values: Trustworthiness, Honor, Excellence, Passion, Discipline, Innovation and Fun! Normally I’m focused on the “Fun” aspect of “THE P DIF,” but after spending time surrounded by impassioned Y professionals who exude a sincere enthusiasm for their work and after hearing Roddy not only speak, but perform, I realize that having fun is fine, but having passion is truly powerful.

Roddy reminded everyone to constantly ask themselves, “Am I checked out right now, or plugged in?”

I want to be “plugged in.” I want to help better serve the Y’s in achieving their mission.

We’ve been serving the YMCA community since 2003, when we launched our commercial-grade equipment into the health club market. Our equipment is now in use at more than 30 YMCA facilities across the U.S. and Canada! Most YMCA’s use our Flagship Line of multi-purpose machines for GRAVITY programming, which is small group personal training geared at strength training and Pilates. But since the inception of the Elevate Line this year, we have countless new YMCA customers that are utilizing this series of intuitive single purpose units on the gym floor for members to use in their own workouts.  image

Every single Y is different, and every single wellness center in the Y is different. Now, with our two lines of equipment, we are able to better serve whatever need that is. Whether that is retaining membership through programming that yields healthy results and brings in additional revenue, drawing a younger demographic with functional training, or providing a platform for cancer survivors to safely exercise using only a portion of their bodyweight to build back their strength.

Some of our greatest moments come through helping others, and here at Total Gym, that is our mission: Helping millions of people get healthier!

I’m happy to say that I am a part of making that mission a reality, so now I ask you, what are you plugged in to?

Apr
25

Another Incredible IHRSA Tradeshow

Last month we wrapped up yet another incredible IHRSA tradeshow where we debuted our new Elevate Line of single-station machines for commercial fitness facilities.

Held here in our home base of San Diego, CA, we were happy to welcome our global team of Total Gym distributors from China, Israel, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Canada, Italy, Ukraine, Sweden and Russia.

We were also thrilled to see several of our customers including, 24 Hour Fitness, GoodLifeTown Sports InternationalBally Sport and FitnessXSportLife Time

Fitness, Retro Fitness, O2 FitnessTotal Woman Gym & SpaCharter FitnessClubSport, Chuze Fitness and Anytime Fitness.

So thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth,. It was great to hear success stories from users, gym owners and trainers, and to introduce the next generation of Total Gym to fitness professionals.

Jan
21

A LOOK BACK AT WHAT HAPPENED IN 2013

Dec
23

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM TOTAL GYM

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