Q+A with Bryan Green, Founder of Fitness Design Group® – As featured in Club Solutions Magazine May 6, 2019
Multi-purpose facilities weren’t designed with large functional fitness and HIIT classes in mind. Clubs now need to alter their thinking to remain competitive, and that means addressing layout, function and design.
FitnessOnDemand™, Aktiv Solutions®, and FitnessDesignGroup® Mash-up to Create Inspirational & Virtually Powered Fitness Studios
FitnessOnDemand™ today announced partnerships with Aktiv Solutions® and FitnessDesignGroup® to provide a comprehensive design and implementation experience for its virtual fitness customers. The partnership will allow FitnessOnDemand to expand their range of competencies by leaning on industry experts in creating functional and engaging spaces.
An exciting frontier is the increasing demand around providing guests the infrastructure to exercise within the confines of their hotel room.
Incorporating functional training into the hotel fitness center isn’t nearly as difficult as one might think. Largely the first step in re-balancing the fitness space is to thin the herd.
Today’s best hotel and resort operators know that the lines between the commercial health club offering and the hospitality based fitness center are becoming increasingly blurred. A tremendous opportunity exists today for hotels and resorts to once again raise the bar and incorporate experiences crafted around trends that are presently driving the fitness industry.
To develop truly functional commercial exercise space, both the end-user and the facility operator’s objectives need be considered throughout the design process. It takes strong planning to clarify the objectives of both audiences sufficiently.
Project Site: D&I Fitness | Location: South Orange, NJ | Facility Size: 3,569 Sq. ft.
Fitness Design Group CEO Bryan Green says wellness is a significant part of today’s lifestyle, and tenants have increasing expectations of their fitness centers. Nearby health clubs still have draw, but they are incomparable to an on-site fitness space specifically tailored to tenants’ needs.
Confinement is the antithesis of our goal in creating environments that allow participants to functionally interact with the plethora of equipment and accessory available today. But not all space need be designed for grueling workouts.
The Broadstone property, situated in LA’s upscale Hancock Park neighborhood, is known for its mix of opulent, Spanish-inspired architecture, luxurious spaces and modern-sleek amenities.
Crafting an indoor fitness space is about maximizing exercise facilitation, not equipment per square foot. As with all intelligent solutions, we need to begin with the end in mind.
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