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Health Club Management
2020 issue 7

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6   Editor's letter: Challenges and opportunities
Lockdown was tough, but reopening has brought a new raft of challenges and opportunities, says HCM editor Liz Terry.

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10   HCM People: Silke Frank & Florian Brauer
The event director and brand manager of FIBO tell how the trade shows will blend virtual and live events

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14   HCM People: Stuart Perrin
The former COO of Xercise4Less on his new venture – Coach Gyms, and his ambition to open 50 clubs in the UK

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16   HCM People: Mark Tweedie
A third of leisure trusts will face ‘unviability’ in the next six months, says the CEO of Community Leisure UK

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20   Special Report: World United
This new global campaign aims to help clubs reactivate paused members by providing a schedule of events, competitions and workouts

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24   HCM News:
Stay up to date with the latest news in health, fitness and physical activity

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32   Talking Point: COVID-19 recovery programmes
COVID-19 survivors face a long road to recovery. What role can the health and fitness industry play in supporting them? Our experts share their thoughts

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38   Interview: Rob Copeland
The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre is working to improve population health

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44   Promotion: Adapting to change
Powerplate’s Iain Murray on the company’s development and strategy

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46   Opinion: The case for gyms
Gyms must be recognised as a cornerstone of our global recovery from COVID-19, says Phillip Mills

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50   Foresight: HCM fitness trends
COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it. We predict the top 20 trends in fitness for the coming year

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58   Hybrid: The shape of digital
What types of exercise content were most popular during lockdown? Funxtion shares its insights

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62   Profile: Jamie Bunce
The CEO of retirement village operator Inspired Villages tells HCM about the wellbeing-focused communities

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On the cover: Celebrate, reactivate!
 
76   Insight: Rapid response
Proinsight has mystery shopped and reported on 50 online workouts
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78   Reopening: Reopening down under
Gyms in Australia and New Zealand were able to reopen in May and June. Five operators share their learnings
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86   Functional: Rig rejig
Suppliers are offering programming for rigs to enable operators to tackle social distancing challenges and create a boutique feel
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92   Supplier showcase: Ultimate locker install
Safe Space has created a new locker space for global franchise, UFC GYM, which both maintains its brand image and delivers operational support
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94   fitness-kit.net: Product innovation
HCM reveals the newest innovations from Halotherapy Solutions, Technogym, APEX1 and Virtuagym
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96   HCM directory:
Find suppliers of products and services
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98   Research: Stay active, stay young
Older men who have played football all their lives have cells 11 years younger than their non-sporting peers
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