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The Power of Feedback: How SportsArt Evolves Innovation

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Testing and gathering feedback is an important process at SportsArt. We want to ensure that the features of the units we provide not only look great but are functional and meet the expectations of our dealers, gym-owners, and end users. For this reason, we brought a prototype of our new A966 Power Cage to IHRSA and FIBO 2017. (more…)
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Indoor Cycling Studios, Get Ready To See Red!

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You find yourself in an indoor cycling studio with music blaring and fans blasting. All around you people are pushing themselves to be faster, stronger, better. The room is lit by a kaleidoscope of colors and the instructor is calling out: “Okay! Everyone take it up to Red!” (more…)
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5 Tips On Buying Fitness Equipment

By Guides & Best Practices, Products
One question I get asked all the time is: "How do I find a good piece of fitness equipment?" To quote Einstein -- 'It's all relative.' People often associate value with total cost, but value can be defined in many more ways. For example, an $80,000 car doesn't mean you'll automatically get every feature you really need. In fact, it may mean you get a lot of stuff you don't. Conversely, a flashy ad for a $2500 economy car may make your wallet feel better, but in the long run, it probably won't be very good at getting you from point A to point B. Fitness equipment is no different! So here are a few things you need to know. (more…)
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The Tests our Treadmills Must Pass

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It’s every gyms owner’s dream: Find a space, buy some fitness equipment, create an amazing layout to optimize space and never have to give the equipment another thought. Sadly, this is rarely the fairy-tale story gym owners are accustom to. Inevitably, after a few worry-free days, in will walk the infamous 'bull in a china shop' user. Can your equipment handle that guy? SportsArt's equipment is built with these bull-like gym goers in mind. Take our treadmills for example. From design to production, our treadmills are put through the ringer with rigorous tests designed to break the average machine. These tests allow us to simulate the biggest, baddest users that "run" in your gym for hours on end and make sure that they can withstand the abuse time and time again. Some of the tests our treadmills must pass are: (more…)
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