New Technology, Originally Designed for NASA, Brings Virtual Weight Training to the Mainstream
Rethink Motion, a Houston-based physical fitness technology startup, has created the world’s first virtual weight training system. This innovative technology is a bid to redefine strength and fitness training, and to offer gyms and workout facilities a new advantage in customer attraction and retention.
Customer retention has long been a pain point for workout facilities, as customers leave the traditional gym environment due to a lack of results in self-guided training. Instructor-driven training brings better and more consistent results, but increases facility overhead and raises costs for the customer. Rethink Motion has created an affordable, cutting edge solution to allow your trainers to handle more clients while increasing customer satisfaction.
Using technology originally designed for NASA, Rethink Motion connects data to strength training to create the next generation of personalized fitness. This innovative technology increases the efficiency and effectiveness of workouts. It allows trainers to work with more clients by creating automated, self-guided training programs that can be monitored and adjusted by the user or the personal trainer as needed. Adding Rethink Motion virtual weight technology to your facility will increase revenue potential, by providing your personal trainers with better tools and your customers with better results.
Rethink Motion’s virtual weight system has the following benefits:
“We wanted to create a new set of tools for club owners, their trainers, and their members,” says Elliott Potter, CTO of Rethink Motion. “With the virtual weight system, personal trainers will have hard data to encourage their clients and keep them coming back.”
Aaron Hulse, Rethink Motion’s CEO, points out the benefits for gyms and workout facilities as well. “Customer retention is vital to the business, and ease of use goes a long way. Customers can literally walk up and start a workout that is optimized for them, and track their results easily to see their progress.”
Rethink Motion is currently testing workout and training equipment for a number of high profile workout facilities. Interested parties who wish to learn more are encouraged to visit the Rethink Motion website at www.rethinkmotion.com.
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