We all know recovery is a must for wellness and it’s the next big thing in the world of fitness. And promoting post-workout recovery at your gym or fitness center can be a gamechanger for guests and can open up exciting new revenue opportunities and attract new members. On a recent episode of The Value Proposition podcast for Fitness Business, host Sarah Pellegrino and our very own Dan Kennedy take a deep dive into why recovery can be so valuable for gyms and fitness centers. Here what they had to say for yourself on YouTube or on their website! Watch …Read Article
Everything one could wish for is here, from spas to soothing hot tubs and mineral baths. And the 28-room boutique property, Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa & Resort has added even more amenities for their guests. “We have world-class treatments for our guests and day spa clients, but due to the current pandemic environment, some of our guests were looking for alternative therapies. We added a few of the HydroMassage beds to provide a solution where a guest can receive a full body massage and not have to interact with a therapist.” Bruce Kendall, managing director told us. “We want …Read Article
While HIIT is hotter than ever in the world of fitness, chilling out and post-workout recovery is gaining momentum. Cryotherapy, HydroMassage and more are all becoming popular post-workout recovery tools for athletes and health club owners alike. Read up on the latest post-workout recovery innovations in the HIIT world in this article from Club Business International! Want to Learn More?
Post-workout recovery—is it the biggest fitness trend of 2020? How can you bring it to your gym, and what are the key facts you need to know when you do? This article from the IHRSA will show you what you need to know to address the demand for recovery in your club and why you need a fitness recovery strategy.
In part one of this series, we talked about meeting the needs of your customers with new wellness services, especially when they’re no longer comfortable being touched. However, after being closed for 1-2 months with no revenue, it’s understandably tough to get excited to invest in new services, no matter how good they are. We’ll come back to the expense side of things in a moment. For now, let’s talk about revenue. How can you get more revenue, even if you lost customers? Most people focus on marketing and advertising to get more people in the door. That normally makes …Read Article
HydroMassage is the latest and greatest in post-workout recovery tactics. So how does it work for fitness and wellness? Check out this great article from Well and Good to read up on all the benefits of using HydroMassage for post-workout recovery.
While we rang in the 2020 New Year a few short months ago, none of us were expecting this year would bring a pandemic that would sweep the globe. Quarantines, social distancing, and N95 masks have become our new normal, forcing people to stay at home and global business to grind to a halt. As we all anxiously seek clues for when the world might open up again after the Coronavirus era, we know the effects of this situation may be felt for a while to come. While you have the opportunity now, it’s critical to ask tough questions about …Read Article
If you’ve been looking for an alternative to traditional massage, HydroMassage and water massage therapy, in general, are excellent options. This dry form of hydrotherapy combines the benefits of massage with technology for health and wellness. You won’t even need to book appointments months in advance with a massage therapist! If you’ve never tried HydroMassage before, you may be wondering—what is a HydroMassage bed? How is it different from massage therapy? What are some of the specific benefits? We’ve got your answers and all the information you’re looking for on HydroMassage Beds and Lounges. What Is a HydroMassage Bed? A …Read Article
CLEARWATER, Fla., March 10, 2020 — HydroMassage has made the difficult decision to withdraw from IHRSA 2020 after monitoring global concern regarding the coronavirus and the state of emergency declared in California. After hearing sincere concern and feedback from many of our customers, employees, and other trusted vendor partners, we feel this is the only appropriate path at this time, given the safety of all is our top priority. The entire HydroMassage sales and marketing team was especially excited for the event this year, as the new 440X HydroMassage Lounge was scheduled to be introduced to IHRSA attendees for the …Read Article
Carl Cadwell, the owner of Tri-City Court Club in Kennewick, Washington, had the vision to help people with their overall health, with recovery being an important aspect. Thus, the club’s Recovery Zone was born. Want to learn more? Check out pages 50-51 of Club Solutions Magazine in the link below!
Health clubs should consider each visit to the club a win! Coming to the club for a workout, a HydroMassage session, a recovery service or even coffee and tea will help boost member retention. According to Dr. Paul Bedford, Ph.D., Founder of Retention Guru and researcher of member retention in health clubs, the top factor to influence member retention in health clubs is four visits per month. Providing post-workout recovery services means members feel better and leave the club with a smile, making them more likely to return for another workout. One of the best ways to do this is …Read Article
Mr. Sam Walton had a core belief that “the greatest asset of our company…is our people.” In 1983, he and his wife gave the gift of the Walton Life Fitness Center (WLFC) in Bentonville, Arkansas to support the health and well-being of the Walmart family. The Walton Life Fitness Center is 200,000 sq. ft. and has a membership of over 10,000 associates. The focus areas for the team at WLFC are Food, Family, Fitness and Money. Based on these four pillars, Walmart understands whole-person wellness. WLFC recently added HydroMassage to its amenity offerings. When asked what pillar they fall under, …Read Article