• Fontainebleau Gym Excels with New Line of Technogym Equipment

     
    POSTED January 29, 2017
     

Wellness and fitness company Technogym has partnered with Fontainebleau Miami Beach to introduce its new line of fitness equipment at the 5,800-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness facility. Equipment from the brand’s newest EXCITE Line is now featured at Fontainebleau, including the Unity Self Artis and the ground-breaking SKILLMILL. 

“At Fontainebleau Miami Beach, we continue to enhance our facilities with state-of-the-art equipment and services to extend experiential wellness offerings for all our guests,” says Philip Goldfarb, president and COO, Fontainebleau. “Our partnership with Technogym was a seamless transaction as our health and wellness ethos seem to perfectly align, and we are thrilled to launch the newest line of their world-class equipment at our resort.”

Technogym has been the official supplier to the last six Olympic Games and is a partner to the world’s best performing teams and athletes, giving the company first-hand experience in the training methods and systems of worldwide sports champions. This knowledge is at the heart of Athletic Performance Training, a new methodology that creates high-intensity workouts aimed at improving sports performance. Technogym is the first fitness brand to integrate a cloud–based technology called mywellness into its equipment. This  technology allows users to plan and track their workouts from their smartphones.

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