Sunday, August 7, 2022

cOVER STORY

Jörg Fockenberg

“we are the home of serious fitness. Over the last 50-plus years, we have pioneered a culture around strength training and bodybuilding and have brought that legacy to each gym we operate.”

Legacy Fit: The Brillance of
No Day Off

"Become a part of something that goes beyond the gym walls and represents a broader social movement, a cultural shift, and a new way of living. It’s so much more than a workout."

Jordan Meinster

“A big part of our culture is letting people be free to experiment. Failure is not frowned upon. We innovate a lot at PickUp USA, and sometimes ideas don’t work out.”

Profile: Creating Innovative and Everlasting
Weight-loss Solutions

“we utilize real life, certified health coaches to develop plans for our members, combined with high quality, great tasting foods, and technology to provide a comprehensive solution for our members.”

Krishea Holloway

“Curves provides women with what they need to feel great and build a healthier future – strong bodies, strong balance, and a strong community.”

How Plus Fitness
is dominating the
24/7 gym market

"If a club is underperforming, we look into why this is, and then help the franchisee to work on the areas of their business that need improving."

Devan and Morgan Kline

“Successful candidates are confident, tenacious, and demonstrate leadership qualities. Of the utmost importance, we embrace candidates that have a passion for Burn Boot Camp and/or fitness in general, along with the drive and determination to transform their community.”

Articles

The power of routines: what you do every day counts

The word “routine” can bring to mind words like mundane or ordinary. During the pandemic’s disruptions to daily life, routines may have felt boring and restrictive.

Hunger and food insecurity are not caused by “too many people, not enough food.”

Nearly one in three people in the world did not have access to enough food in 2020.

A new study looks into the link between heart disease risk and depression.

For generations, people have been fascinated by the links between mind and body. For example, do people really die of a broken heart?

During the pandemic, community healthcare workers felt alone and underappreciated.

The effects of this are highlighted in recent pay disputes, threatened industrial action, attrition and burnout of front line care staff.

Many people may benefit from the phase-out of oil.

The EU could ban crude oil imports from Russia within six months if a new round of sanctions is approved.

Slow fashion: a fashionable way to save the environment

Each time you drag a new item of clothing into a virtual shopping basket, you may be supporting an industry responsible for 10% of global CO₂ emissions – not to mention widespread social harm.