Keeping your cardio equipment connected has several benefits. They are:
Have your service and maintenance issues resolved faster.
When your equipment is connected to the internet, Life Fitness service technicians can remotely diagnose issues with no service visit required.
You notice the console is running slower than normal. The Life Fitness service team can remotely run diagnostic information on the cardio equipment and likely resolve the issue over the phone.
You know your exercisers are looking at the cardio screens.
Every walk-up screen and announcement panel is your very own marketing space. Use the time that you know your exercisers are looking at the screen to inform them of facility events, promotions. Or highlight member accomplishments for motivation.
You’re offering a personal training discount during the month of December and want to promote it to your members.
Create a custom attract screen and load it to all equipment. Add in a simple announcement to the in workout screen for additional views.
Take the guess work out of equipment maintenance.
Halo Fitness Cloud keeps track of equipment use for you. No need to remember when to change out the treadmill belt or manually check which equipment to rotate.
You want to make sure that you get an even trade-in value across all your equipment.
Review Halo's recommendation for equipment rotations on a monthly or quarterly basis to ensure equal use on all machines.
Are you getting the most out of your usage statistics?
Workout times and types of workouts tell you a lot about your exercisers’ preferences, staffing requirements and more.
Have you noticed that the southwest corner of the cardio floor never gets as many workouts as other pieces?
Maybe the sun is shining too bright for exercisers. Consider purchasing shades for better exerciser satisfaction
Are the stats telling you that the recumbent bikes are getting the most use on Wednesdays?
Consider adding a low-impact group training class for more exerciser variety.
To learn more about How to Connect, refer to: How to 'Connect' cardio equipment