Fitness On Demand Introduces Digital Exercise Programs to Lodging Industry
Thursday July 10th, 2014 - 10:37AM A
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SAN DIEGO—Fitness On Demand’s digital, on-demand programming featuring hundreds of group fitness classes is now available to hospitality locations across the country. The Marriott Marquis and Marina in San Diego is among the first luxury hotels to pilot a Fitness On Demand system in its fitness studio.
Founded in 2011, Fitness On Demand offers hundreds of digital classes available to fitness spaces. The company, which has grown over 130% in the past year, can be found in residential complexes, worksites, assisted living centers and health clubs. It offers a fully integrated on-demand system with dedicated support, growing library of fitness classes with the latest videos added every month, premier group content from fitness providers and classes also available in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
“Fitness centers in general are always looking for ways to make their spaces more accessible and efficient, and our digital programming has proven to increase participation and give options of both live and digital classes,” said Garrett Marshall, business development director for Fitness On Demand. “We expect to see the same kind of enthusiasm for Fitness On Demand in the hospitality industry as we’ve seen in fitness facilities around the world.”
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