Could This Be The Start Of A New Golden Age Of Fitness?

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Over the last few decades, more and more Americans have embraced a healthier lifestyle that included better nutrition and regular exercise.

Data shows that people’s priorities have evolved a bit to reflect higher importance on self-care and wellness.

In 2019, it was estimated that more than 20% of Americans belonged to a gym, fitness studio, or health club. In fact, since 2008, health club memberships have reportedly increased by 37%.

Meanwhile, brands like Barry’s Bootcamp, Orange Theory Fitness, and SoulCycle found themselves catering to an audience of health-conscious evangelists that made

Protekt Products Partners With Pear Sports To Develop Health And Wellness App

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San Diego, CA, August 10, 2020 – Protekt Products, the new natural wellness brand, is pleased to announce the launch of the Protekt App, powered by PEAR. PEAR Sports is a health and fitness software platform that delivers targeted smart coaching technology for dozens of leading brands. The new Protekt App will have curated training programs to promote overall wellness and prepare people to enjoy time outdoors. For both iOS and Android, the new app will be available on August 10, 2020 on the Apple Store and Google Play Store.

“Protekt was built on the principle that simple routines can

CIANJ SURVEY: MAJORITY OF NEW JERSEYANS SAY IT’S TIME TO REOPEN GYMS

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MAJORITY OF NEW JERSEYANS SAY IT’S TIME TO REOPEN GYMS

New Poll Shows Wide Support for Safely Reopening Fitness Centers Throughout New Jersey

 

August 10, 2020– Trenton, NJ— According to a new statewide survey released today, 57% of New Jersey voters want gyms and fitness centers to reopen, with strict safety protocols in place. In fact, after voters hear the specific safety precautions that those venues will follow, as well as other factors, support for reopening gyms grew to 69%.

The survey, conducted on behalf of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey, found that the most compelling

Health & Fitness Tech May Have Unexpected Downsides

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Health apps and fitness watches can shed light on how our bodies are working and help promote a healthy lifestyle. But a new Danish study finds that for some, they can also ramp up anxiety.

The study examined the experiences of 27 heart patients who used Fitbit fitness watches to measure their sleep, heart rates and physical activity.

Although the 28- to 74-year-old heart patients learned more about their illnesses and were motivated to exercise during the six months that they wore the watches, they also became more anxious, said Dr. Tariq Osman Andersen. Anderson is an assistant professor at