Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) September 23, 2012
Fitness revolutionaries, SportsArt Fitness, will be taking their innovative products to show at the Club Industry Show 2012, in Las Vegas, NV. Club Industry 2012 is a convention and expo for fitness business professionals and has been has been the leading independent event for fitness professionals for 27 years. Fitness professionals who attend the Club Industry conference have the chance to choose from active training, lectures, panels and roundtable sessions.
The location of the Club Industry 2012 expo is one of a series of updates to this well known convention. Normally held in Chicago, the show's director, Adam Andersen, believes that moving the show to Las Vegas will help create more of a national excitement, and attract a better audience. For exhibitors like SportsArt Fitness - the leader in human-powered fitness machines, this translates into wider exposure as the show highlights the best of the industry.
With more than 20 years of design and manufacturing excellence to their credit and a Nova 7 award for best cardio supplier in the industry, SportsArt will offer iPod-compatible cardio products, their award-winning strength line, and the unique S770 Pinnacle Trainer. Buyers will also be able to preview the "Green System" which debuted International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) show last week in San Francisco. The Green System is a pod of products attached to an inverter that harnesses power generated by exercisers and feeds it back into the power grid as usable energy.
SportsArt product manager, Bob Baumgartner notes that a typical health club that replaces its ellipticals and cycles with Green Systems will save thousands of dollars in energy costs. The company hopes to spark a green revolution, bringing more innovative and eco-friendly gym equipment to facilities that would otherwise consume enormous amounts of electricity. Gyms that install the Green System are a draw to eco-conscious consumers, who will often choose self-generating fitness equipment over traditional machines if possible.
SportsArt was one of the first manufacturers of self-powered elliptical trainers. Their Eco-Powr treadmill uses 32% less energy than traditional club treadmills, and the completely self-generated ellipticals and cycles require no outside power source to operate.
SportsArt Fitness will be showing these products and more at the Club Industry 2012 expo, booth number 1011