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21 Sep 2018

Myzone secures Snap Fitness partnership deal
BY Tom Walker

The agreement will see all Snap Fitness franchises in the US, Australia and New Zealand install Myzone technology

The agreement will see all Snap Fitness franchises in the US, Australia and New Zealand install Myzone technology

Fitness tech firm Myzone has signed a deal with Snap Fitness which will see the franchise operator's clubs in the US, Australia and New Zealand install Myzone technology in their facilities.

Aimed at improving member engagement and retention, the deal will also see Snap Fitness launch a new training programme called Myfit, which leverages Myzone technology. The programme, set to go live during the last quarter of 2018, will consist of 365 daily functional training workouts and is supported by the video display Myzone has built called ‘MZ-Instruct.’

The video display includes nine video tiles exemplifying the nine movements used in the daily workout and each movement is paired with a coloured heart rate zone indicator to encourage members to maximize their effort.

MYFIT will deliver a functional workout to Snap Fitness members with no instructor required.

“The goal of MYFIT is to engage members and help them achieve results, at a cost that works for both members and franchisee – that added cost being zero,” said Mike Vaught, personal training department Manager at Snap Fitness.



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