The Leisure Sector
Leisure centres attract hundreds of new members and provide a safe and effective leisure opportunity for older adults, those with long term health conditions and anyone who feels intimidated by a traditional gym environment. An innerva suite offers the opportunity to generate new annual revenue from a socially vibrant suite, but more importantly can meet with health objectives, supporting older populations to become and stay more active and helping users retain their independence as they age.
If you have space that could work better for you and are interested in increasing your market share of the 85% of the population who don’t currently have a gym membership, we will research your local demographic and create a tailored business case for your centre. The study will tell you how much extra revenue you could attract and from which demographics in your local community.
Innerva suites can provide measurable contributions to local authority Health & Wellbeing strategies. This is important for council run centres and provides a competitive edge for leisure trusts bidding to run local authority centres.
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Who's it for?
Innerva provides accessible exercise equipment for older adults and those outside the 15% who have gym memberships in the UK. Innerva provides a sociable exercise solution for:
- The over 55s
- The body conscious
- Disabled, poor mobility and those living with long term conditions
- Those who want to try a different and fun way to exercise!
The leisure centre should be viewed as an asset that provides sustainable, preventative exercise solutions for everyone living with obesity.
Rotary Torso - Access Range
The Rotary Torso assists in the rotation of the upper body (above the waist) and shoulders. Rotation of the trunk is one of the first movements to decline as part of the ageing process. This is further accelerated in people with neurological changes.
Tricep Dip - Access Range
The Tricep Dip machine strengthens the muscles of the upper arm. During the push down phase of the upper limb movement, the triceps muscle will be activated. This muscle is important for reaching activities and helping to reposition and move around within a wheelchair, as well as helping increase strength for wheelchair propulsion. During the pull up phase of the upper limb movement, the biceps muscle is used. This muscle group is very important for lifting and carrying activities. In addition, the torso flexion motion of the exercise can also help build strength in that area of the body.