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Les Mills delivers free digital solutions to help clubs overcome Coronavirus

Les Mills delivers free digital solutions to help clubs overcome Coronavirus
March 27, 2020

Les Mills have announced a series of free digital solutions to help clubs keep members healthy and engaged during the challenges of Coronavirus.

Les Mills International Chief Executive Clive Ormerod notes “it’s said that the true measure of a partner is how they show up during testing times. How they help you to emerge from tough situations stronger than ever.

“As a partner to your club, we love to celebrate your every success, but it’s equally important to be by your side during challenging periods, working together to forge a way forward.

“Science has proven countless times that our product is a miracle cure. Physical activity is one of the best ways to boost your immune system, and that means, now more than ever, members need our support to stay fit.

Ormerod added “whether that’s through adding precautionary measures to keep our clubs safe for training in, or (where circumstances dictate) seeking alternatives ways to help members stay active, there’s a huge role for us all to play in keeping people healthy during these trying times.”

As a partner to clubs in 110 countries, Les Mills is working closely with teams to develop tailored solutions for the needs of clubs and Instructors in each market.

Clubs have the option of providing their members with a free 60-day trial of digital fitness platform LES MILLS™ On Demand (LMOD) to keep them active and engaged if they can’t make it to the club.

LMOD enables users to stream, cast or download over 800 world-leading workouts – including BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™ and BODYBALANCE™ at home or on the go. The platform features the most popular Les Mills programs, presented by the world’s best instructors and supported by expert training guides.

Ormerod advises “thousands of our club partners are already tapping into these solutions to support their members through the Coronavirus outbreak.

“These digital solutions have been designed to help reiterate to your members how much you care about their health and wellness, even when they may not be able to make it into your club.

“Regular exercise – as part of a healthy lifestyle – really is one of the surest ways to avoid disease, and the action our industry takes over the coming months to support the health of members and non-members alike has the potential to define our future.”

Click here to contact Les Mills Asia Pacific via their entry in the Australasian Leisure Management Supplier Directory.

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