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A new partnership is now ready to hit the fitness sector!

Nathalie Smeeman – Executive Director of EuropeActive/EHFA is delighted to announce the new collaboration with Fitness Industry Technology Council (FIT-C) which will start from October 2014. She states that she looks forward to learn more about digital technology and regulate standards in Europe. At the same time FIT-C President Bryan O’Rourke remarks: "We are delighted to work closely with EuropeActive as advancing technologies are creating a new era requiring deeper collaboration for the global health and fitness industry."       READ MORE

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For Immediate Release

Ground-breaking new group seeks members to collaborate and help standardize the health and fitness technology industry to realize a seamless user experience with fitness equipment and device interoperability.   

Covington, LA, September 24, 2014 - Fitness technology is evolving and poised to play a critical role in the lives of tens of millions of individuals.  The Fitness Industry Technology Council (FIT-C) is a collaboration of leaders representing innovative companies and organizations within the field of technology and across the fitness industry.   READ MORE

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The Future of Fitness and Technology: Join the Discussion

FIT-C members are in active dialog on LinkedIn to get different perspectives, share best practices and propose new work items relating to the intersection of fitness and technology. Join the discussion today!

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Club Industry 2012 Roundtable: Influence of Technology – A Glimpse at Tomorrow’s Health Club

At Club Industry 2012, FIT-C’s President Bryan O’Rourke led a round-table discussion that explored how technology will transform the fitness health club experience. Panelists included: Chuck Runyon CEO of Anytime Fitness, Kevin Laferriere CEO of Fitpro and Graham Melstrand from ACE. You may view the slides from this discussion to your right or to view a larger version, please click here.