The fitness industry is gearing up for the biggest convention of the year, IHRSA (the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association) in Orlando, FL March 21st-24th, where Precor is set to feature several of their 2016 product releases. Here’s a preview of what we expect to see from them next week:
1. The P82 Console: Bolder and Better Than Ever
An upgrade of the existing P80 console, this new touchscreen interface from Precor will be more responsive with higher processing power, a host of new features, and updated and fresh display for existing Networked Fitness customers.
2. New Strength Machines: One Step Closer to Perfection
A variety of new strength products and existing product improvements are set to hit the scene at IHRSA, following more than a year of research, testing, and perfecting inside the Precor Strength Plant in North Carolina. Look for the brand new Discovery™ Series Benches and Racks Line, led by the sleek new Power Rack. The Discovery™ Series Plate Loaded Line is also getting upgraded with an Angled Leg Press, Hack Squat, and Squat Machine. With these additions, Precor has every movement covered in their complete circuit of strength training machines.
3. Spinning® Indoor Cycles: Celebrating a New Partnership
Last year, Precor purchased the creators of Spinning®, Mad Dogg Athletics, to develop three powerful options that combine Spinning’s technology and Precor’s attention to detail and user experience. The smooth feel and advanced design of these bikes is already taking the fitness world by storm.
4. The Queenax “Bridge”: Wall-to-Wall Functionality For Large-Group Classes
Have a large group-ex room that could use a dose of diversity? Meet “The Bridge,” the most transformational product to come out of Precor’s partnership with Queenax. In a room that previously only offered floor space as a workout zone, now the walls and ceiling come into play with the versatile rig and attachment system that is endlessly configurable without taking up a large amount of dedicated floor space. Check out the menu of available training apps (tools and hanging attachments) and optionals (fixed or removable accessories that add functionality) to see all the possibilities this rig has to offer.