Leading a healthy lifestyle, focused on wellness and overall wellbeing is at the cornerstone of Fitness Australia’s newest Corporate Partnership with Technogym, the world’s leading supplier of technology and design driven products and services in the wellness and fitness industry.
With more than 50 million people across the globe training on Technogym equipment every day, today’s partnership brings together leading experts in fitness, health and sport as the fitness industry gets back on track post COVID-19.
Technogym Australia Managing Director, Claudio Bertozzi, said the partnership with Fitness Australia was about spreading wellness, a social mission shared by both organisations.
Mr Bertozzi said:
“Technogym’s three pillars of wellness are regular physical activity, correct nutrition and a positive mindset: the more people we inspire to make these a habit, the better the quality of life on our planet. Our new partnership with Fitness Australia is part of our commitment to spreading our mission here in Australia as the industry and community recovers from COVID-19.”
“The work Fitness Australia has been doing since the beginning of COVID-19 has been focused on keeping people moving to help maintain physical health, mental health and overall wellbeing. At Technogym we understand the benefits of movement and a healthy lifestyle are not just individual, we believe in Wellness as a social responsibility between individuals, companies, organisations and governments.”
Fitness Australia CEO Barrie Elvish said the new Technogym Corporate Partnership is about providing more business opportunities through digital technologies for gyms and fitness facilities to increase their member engagement and attraction by assisting them to connect and coach their members and help them get back into a regular gym routine.
Mr Elvish said:
“We are excited to officially welcome Technogym as a new Corporate Partner. As one of the world’s leading gym equipment brands, they reach people in more than 100 countries and are focused on driving new innovations and technologies in the fitness sector.”
“Their service and commitment to the fitness industry as gyms, in most states, resume a sense of normality will enable operators to get back on track as quickly as possible.”
For Fitness Australia members, the new Technogym Corporate Partnership will provide education and content centred on digital technologies and innovative solutions to keep up with the current environment.