ECO-ACTIVE TOURISM

Travel and Tourism is one of the world’s fastest-growing industries, and with growth
comes the need to stand out—capitalize on eco-active tourism by turning your
fitness center into a green fitness experience that is sure to exceed expectations.

8% of Global Greenhouse emissions is attributed
to the global footprint
of tourism.

87% of global travelers
say they want to
travel sustainably.

74% of millennials are willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings.

50% of all travelers
in the US will be
millennials by 2025.

20% higher rating
for properties with
green leaders status
on trip advisor.

70% of global travelers say they would be more likely to book an accommodation knowing it was eco-friendly.

46% of hotel guests
intend to workout
during their stay.

50% expected increase
in green building within
the hospitality sector.

The ECO-POWR™ line of premium cardio equipment integrates innovative technology with thoughtfully designed products that harness and convert human energy into usable electricity.

Recycle burned calories into utility-grade power, offering guests a sustainable fitness experience and aligning your wellness center with LEED and the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative.

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The SENZA™ line features SportsArt’s top of the line cardio equipment, designed to house the premium SENZA™ technology and entertainment system. The intuitive console actively engages users by providing a streamlined approach to workouts while allowing them to consume entertainment, their way.

Reduce energy consumption while engaging users with SENZA™ touchscreen technology.

More about Senza™

GREEN PARTNERS

RADISSON RED
Preferred Partner

WYNDHAM
Official Supplier

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Supplier

BUCUTI & TARA
Preferred Partner

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References

8% of Global Greenhouse emissions is attributed to the global footprint of tourism.
“Tourism Accounts for 8 Percent of Global CO2 Emissions.” Yale E360, https://e360.yale.edu/digest/tourism-accounts-for-8-percent-of-global-co2-emissions

87% of global travelers say they want to travel sustainably.
Booking global. “Where Sustainable Travel Is Headed in 2018.” Where Sustainable Travel Is Headed in 2018, Booking Global, 17 Apr. 2018, https://globalnews.booking.com/where-sustainable-travel-is-headed-in-2018/

¾ Millennials are willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings.
“Consumer-Goods’ Brands That Demonstrate Commitment to Sustainability Outperform Those That Don’t.” Nielsen, 12 Oct. 2015, https://www.nielsen.com/eu/en/press-releases/2015/consumer-goods-brands-that-demonstrate-commitment-to-sustainability-outperform/

50% of all travelers in the US will be millennials by 2025.
“Top 10 Hospitality Trends Impacting the Industry.” Smart Meetings, 15 Mar. 2019, https://www.smartmeetings.com/news/trends/74256/top-10-trends-impacting-hospitality-industry

20% higher rating for properties with green leaders status on trip advisor.
“Green Hotels.” TripAdvisor, https://www.tripadvisor.com/GreenLeaders

70% of global travelers say they would be more likely to book an accommodation knowing it was eco-friendly.
Booking global. com Reveals Key Findings from Its 2019 Sustainable Travel Report, Booking Global, 28 May 2019, https://globalnews.booking.com/bookingcom-reveals-key-findings-from-its-2019-sustainable-travel-report/

46% of hotel guests intend to workout during their stay.
Biesiada, Jamie. “New Park Expected to Elevate Universal to the next Level.” Travel Weekly, Travel Weekly, 12 Aug. 2019, https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Hotel-News/New-park-expected-to-elevate-Universal-to-the-next-level

50% expected increase in of green building within the hospitality sector.
Cornell SHA. “Center for Hospitality Research.” Cornell SHA, https://sha.cornell.edu/faculty-research/centers-institutes/chr/