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Hire Fitness Launch New E-commerce Website

UK and Ireland (PRWEB UK) 3 April 2014

The new website, http://www.hirefitness.co.uk[1], cements the company’s position as market leaders. Features like the Fitness Equipment Guide[2] now helps guide customers to the exercise equipment most suited to them. The guide describes each main category of gym equipment, explains what features to look out for and which areas of the body can benefit from each piece of equipment. Products are clearly displayed on the site with quality images and a built in zoom function plus detailed specs and descriptions. The whole journey for the customer is now clear and simple with minimal clicks to view, order and pay for products online. After ordering, the customer’s local Hire Fitness sales office calls to arrange delivery and installation at a time to suit the client. The site allows customers to post product reviews at any time, to help future customers decide what might work best for them. The review feature also helps Hire Fitness ensure they maintain the best possible product range to suit clients needs.

The new website showcases the extensive range of gym quality fitness equipment for home hire[3], and the fully commercial[4] state-of-the-art range for gyms and commercial settings. The company plans to add new equipment and ranges regularly with fitness tools like the new Hire Fitness Diet Club[5]. The Diet Club is a complete weight management system where customers can track their weight, check their calorie intake and find out which exercises are likely to help them achieve their goals the quickest.

The new website highlights the market sectors Hire Fitness dominate including the domestic market, schools, hotels, holiday parks, gyms and leisure centres. They offer a full commercial design and installation service with leasing options for commercial concerns. They also specialise in green screen treadmills for the film and television industry, offering daily hire rates to allow production teams to budget their programmes.

Hire Fitness is a franchised company and the new site incorporates a dedicated page for each of the franchises, with individual contact details should customers wish to speak to their local Hire Fitness sales offices. This is useful if customers have questions about their individual fitness needs or require additional help or advice. These pages feature regularly updated local discounts and special offers.

Its clear from the price match promise and money back guarantee that good customer service is a key performance indicator for all Hire Fitness franchises. The company continually strives to achieve higher levels of customer satisfaction in all areas of the Hire Fitness experience. They offer a 5-day money back guarantee to give customers confidence and complete peace of mind should they wish to cancel for any reason and promise to match any ‘like for like’ quote for further peace of mind. Hire Fitness states that in the first instance, they will aim to resolve any grievance, offering to fix or swap faulty equipment. The founder and Director of Hire Fitness, Paul Healey said, “Our equipment very rarely fails due to our comprehensive pre-delivery safety inspection and servicing that takes place with every piece of gym equipment that leaves Hire Fitness premises.”

The company’s active social media sites including Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Google+ are all accessible from the website and an informative daily blog discusses a variety of topics relating to health, diet, beauty and fitness issues. Users can sign up to receive the Hire Fitness newsletter by email which is full of fitness news and competitions.

Paul Healey said: “We are very proud of what we have created and are able to offer our clients a broader range of fitness news and advice along with our core product range of fitness equipment to hire. Customers can now order their gym equipment online at any time of the day or night and pay by Paypal or debit/credit card. We’re finding that customers repeatedly revisit our site now thanks to the extensive help and advice our site now offers people; and a high percentage of customers are viewing our site on their mobile device. Whilst the new website works well on a smart phone, we plan to launch a fully mobile site that will allow customers to quickly and easily hire and pay for the exercise equipment they need, giving people the opportunity to hire from us using whatever medium they choose for added convenience.”

About Hire Fitness

Hire Fitness began life back in 2001 as a small pilot office in Berkshire. The founder and Director, Paul Healey, noticed there was a gap in the market for good quality gym equipment hire, as buying such equipment was often prohibitive in cost terms and expensive gym memberships were often neglected after the initial enthusiasm. His vision was for a national delivery service with local knowledge and expertise so he set about franchising the business across the UK and Ireland. There are now 15 franchises in total meaning that the whole of the UK and Ireland is now covered and the company is branching out into wider Europe, with Germany being the first Hire Fitness franchise outside of the UK and Ireland.

Contact: Nicky Terrett nickyt(at)hirefitness(dot)co.uk http://www.hirefitness.co.uk[6]

References

  1. ^ http://www.hirefitness.co.uk (www.hirefitness.co.uk)
  2. ^ Hire Fitness Fitness Equipment Guide (www.hirefitness.co.uk)
  3. ^ Hire Fitness Home Hire (www.hirefitness.co.uk)
  4. ^ Hire Fitness Commercial Fitness Equipment (www.hirefitness.co.uk)
  5. ^ Hire Fitness Diet Club (fooddiary.hirefitness.co.uk)
  6. ^ Hire Fitness (www.hirefitness.co.uk)

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    • Acme
    • April 10, 2014
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    Five Short Fitness Tips?

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      If you are really serious in your fight against obesity then you must consider the following fitness tips:

      1. Change doesn’t have to be Difficult

      Most of the fitness tips that you come across today would ask you to go for long workouts in gyms and eat only salads and get registered with various high priced health clubs. By fitness tips, most of us think that we have to completely change our lifestyle and thus most of us never bother to think about various useful fitness tips. The fear of giving up your dietary habits is one of the obstacles between people and fitness tips.

      2. Commitment

      The first thing that you must have in order to go with good fitness tips is commitment. If you have strong will power and you are willing to improve your lifestyle, then every fitness tip will look feasible to you. You are not required to give up everything, rather you are only required to eat simple and better and go for exercises.

      You just have to replace your bad habits with good habits. For instance, you should replace sweet candies with fruits that are as sweet as candies. The only thing you need to change is your lifestyle choice. If you do it, you will look better, feel better. Here are some of the most common fitness tips that every dietary expert would give to you:

      3. How Much Can You Eat?

      Eating better doesn’t mean that you can eat as much as you want. Although you can eat whatever you like but in less proportion. Rather than having only two meals, you should have meals after every few hours but in less proportion in order to keep your metabolism high.

      4. What About Water?

      A great and proven tip is to drink as much water as you can. Experts recommend that you should have at least 6 to 8 glasses of water everyday. The more water you drink, the more sodium and fat you will flush out of your body. Drinking much water helps in suppressing the appetite as well. Drinking approximately 10 glasses per day really help in getting slimmer. Try to consume water before meal in order to decrease your hunger.

      5. What About Exercise?

      It is very important that you perform regular exercise. Even if you are eating less but are not bothering about regular exercises, then there are high chances that you won’t be able to reduce weight. Exercise is an integral part of any fitness program.

      You are not required to join expensive gyms of s clubs for exercises. A 15 to 30 minute walk around your home or in a garden is sufficient. A stroll in a park after dinner is one of the most common physical activities advisable for every dieter.

      Don’t count the number of minutes you walk or jog; just remember that something is better than nothing. If you make walking or jogging a habit or a part of your life then you will be able to improve your cardiovascular health and your lower body would be stronger. You can even try using stairs instead of elevators as an exercise.

      If you’re serious about getting fit you need to make an easy to follow system or regimen of all these good fitness tips.

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    I Need Some Fitness Tips…? Ok, so i was 140 lbs in feb and started a gym membership. I go 2-3 times a week, sometimes less because I am a waitress at the Olive Garden and work a lot of doubles and cant always get there (plus i walk around for 10 hours-thats excercise) and now I fluxuate between 127-130 lbs. When I go, I do the bike for 15-20 min, the eliptical for 15 min and tredmill for 15-20. Thats worked for me, but I want to focus on my stomach for the summer.

    Any tips for home abs? How many crunches should I do a day? I have a very busy life and can not always get to the gym. I feel guilty, so Im thinking of some things I can do at home? I know I do not spend very much time at the gym, but so far it has been working. I want to continue to loose weight, I do not care about the number I care about what my body looks like. I could stand to loose another 10-15 lbs.

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      Got to say im impressed sounds like you really are working very hard and doing as much as you can. ill post my tips on how to lose weight just for you to have. But also i can understand how sometimes you simply have no time, when i was boxing i was in the same shoes id work go to and do some boxing run errands so many different things if you want to lose weight while your at work then this will work for you, i used this when i wanted to cut my fat percentage there called Acai Berry. now they help you because they contribute to burning fat even when your sitting. So this way you will be able to shred a lot of fat on the days your too busy and not busy!

      You can find out more here

      http://www.BigDiscounts4U.com/burnfatnow.html

      Also below ill paste some tips for to lose weight.

      Okay the best way to lose weight is to concentrate on 2 main things, this is your diet and your workout.

      —Diet—-

      You need to get both of them right, now your diet should work like this… you should be eating a meal every 2-3 hours but not a junk food snack/meal. When i say meal i mean something which is healthy ie you might have some pasta with tuna, or a quick banana as a snack. The foods you eat should be COMPLEX carbs ie pasta, brown bread etc etc. You also want to try and get as much fruit + ved in a day. Make sure you have a good amount of protein throughout your meals.

      Now you also need to work out your Basal Metabolic Rate, this simply tells you how many calories you burn a day, you need to find out how much your actually eating now its most likely to be in excess if it is you want to TRY and cut down 500 calories and stick to your new total amount. This shouldnt be hard because you will be eating Complex carbs which are just as filling but have a lower calorie count but are better for you than empty calories which are found in simple carbs.

      —Workout—

      Okay now for your workout what you want to be doing is concentrating on many different types of cardio exercises. These are your jogging,swimming basically anything that makes you sweat and makes your heart pound. If you can join a gym as they have a lot of cardio machines there. Now once you get in to the hang of say jogging, what i mean by this is say you jog 20 mins everyday eventually you will come to a point where your not losing anymore weight this is like hitting a brick wall, this means you need to up the game, start jogging that extra five minutes a day, start taking that one less suagr in your cup of tea.

      I can guarantee you that you will lose weight i have had to both GAIN and LOSE weight as i was an ex boxer I assure you that this will work, but the most important tip is motivation from YOU!

      Best Of Luck

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    Workout Help Or Tips?!? I’m an 18 year old girl in college, 5 foot 5, and I weigh 118 pounds. I really want to work on toning up my body and I want to look amazing by this upcoming summer! That doesn’t mean Im going to stop when summer comes. I want to make this a lifestyle. I want to slim my waist down, tone up my stomach for some ab definition, tone/ add some muscle to my legs, and add some muscle to my back and shoulders. Pretty much my whole body. Recently I’ve been going to the gym 4 days a week sometimes more, I start by running for about 30 minutes or doing the elliptical or stairs. Then I do a 30 minute Nike training workout. I either do the get lean one or the get toned one. Will I see the results I want in let’s say 6 months? I’m really working hard. Again my MAIN focus is on my stomach and legs. And i have my diet under control so no need to comment on that! What would be a good weekly workout routine for my that would help me achieve my goal? Thank you!

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      If you try to define your fitness program with tips from random strangers in internet forums such as this which are frequented by teenagers, your fitness will suffer.

      It’s your body and no one can or should care more about its maintenance. That means you need to make fitness a priority. You’re wise to want to make it a lifestyle but to be all you can be you will need to become your own personal trainer and the ultimate guardian of your health.

      Study! Your body has no choice but to follow your brain. So, you should feed your brain a steady diet of good information if you want to be all you can be. It’s YOUR body and it has to last a lifetime so it’s worth the investment. Don’t ask questions of random strangers with no credibility in this or other online forums. Use high quality resources for information instead. The basic principles of health, fitness, and nutrition are not that difficult or hard to understand. Avoid the internet unless you’re using trusted sites in dot gov or dot edu domains. Use libraries. Books are much more reliable. I recently bought a $35 text book on metabolism for 25 cents on E-bay (plus shipping).

      The internet is a bad place to get information about health and fitness because anyone can say anything without fear of repercussions…and they often do. Bodybuilding.com, for example, was fined $7 million for selling over 60 different supplements which may have contained dangerous and illegal drugs. They have a huge amount of information to attract people interested in bodybuilding so they can sell them supplements and much of that information is bad. Even WebMD.com and Livestrong.com had bad or misleading information among their webpages.

      Try to use dot gov and dot edu websites. And, use books. Websites are inexpensive and many blog sites and YouTube channels are free. But books require a substantial investment so you can trust the printed information more than electronic. Use your local libraries, bookstores, and you can find good books cheap on EBay.com and Amazon.com.

      Here’s an example of a mistake you’re making presently because of your methods.

      Don’t run for fitness alone. Run marathons if that’s your thing but don’t run without a good reason because running is high impact and repetitive and that means risking problems if you run long distances for a long time. Running contributes to or causes shin splints, repetitive motion stress fractures, ACL strains or separations, early onset osteoarthritis, and much more. And, then there’s this……..

      In this book –> http://www.bodybyscience.net/home.html/?… the coauthors make the following assertion.

      “The scientific literature is filled with data that strongly make the case that long distance runners are much more likely to develop cardio-vascular disease, atrial fibrillation, cancer, liver and gallbladder disorders, muscle damage, kidney dysfunction (renal abnormalities), acute microthrombosis in the vascular system, brain damage, spinal degeneration, and germ-cell cancers than are their less active counterparts.”

      Each assertion is footnoted. They’re making the point that most people have “cardio” all wrong and don’t really understand how to train to be fit.

      And the problems continue…
      http://www.kneeclinic.info/knee_sports_injuries_running.php
      http://running.about.com/od/illnessesandrunning/ss/embarrassing.htm

      Don’t run. Start today by launching your own autodidactic fitness learning program. Use new editions of books from your local public of Uni library and learn the fundamentals of anatomy, kinesiology, physiology, and nutrition. Make it a life long endeavor. Set your goals now. Prioritize them. Seek out the best ways to satisfy them. Use critical thinking and always be skeptical. Avoid dot com websites.

      Fitness is a struggle. I’ve been training for 40 years and I’m still learning.

      Good luck and good health!!

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    • Ann
    • April 10, 2014
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    Woman’s Fitness And Exercise? I work out alot but i hate my figure i think i have a really masculine body and i hate it its because i work out alot but i work out to be in good shape but dont like what it gives me if that makes sense? I have quite big muscles in my arms and legs i like my stomach its just flat theres a spare tyre i just cant get rid of and a bit of cellulite but it doesn’t bother me too much i font really have boobs which probably is another reason i look masculine what can i do to have a more feminine body type instead of really big muscles? Please help i hate it so much

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      Fitness Tips For Women

      Are you frustrated with the increasing size of your jeans? A woman’s jeans never lies and it reveals the harsh reality of them being unhealthy. It is essential for a woman to maintain good physical fitness in order to fight back the health conditions that they might face later on in life. With the kind of responsibilities that a woman needs to take up, it is very important for her to take care of her physical health because she cannot afford to move out of responsibilities due to an unfit body. Physical exercise is the best way to lose body fat because exercise gears up the metabolism and encourages the body to burn down extra calories. Physical exercise also keeps the heart rate under control and makes your lungs function to their maximum capacity. Therefore, it is important to indulge in a physical workout routine for a woman to look good, stay healthy and above all feel good about herself. Here are few effective tips presented to answer questions you might have in mind.

      Effective Tips For Women Fitness

      Understand Your Body
      Understand your body type and find out which type of exercises your body is comfortable with and which type of exercises are proving to be effective on you. If while working out you experience any difficulty, cut down on the repetitions for some time and then try once more to check whether you face the same trouble. If you want to really stay fit and toned, you need to understand the requirements of your body first.

      Don’t Get Disappointed
      As per the advice of professionals, one should spend 20-60 minutes in the gym for about 3-5 days in a week. However, busy schedules may not always allow you to stick to the ideal routine. You should not fret if you see yourself not following a 3 or 5 day routine, or going for a jog every morning. All that matters is your commitment towards improving your fitness. This commitment can also be fulfilled working out only twice a week for 20 minutes. The goal should be to be on track, even if you move slowly on it.

      Focus On Your Successes
      We often get demotivated by our failures and lose our confidence in achieving a set goal. The rescue mantra here would be to concentrate on the milestones you have achieved and not on your failures. Focus on what you have done till date to achieve your goal irrespective of how much of it you have achieved. Praise yourself for the commitment you have made and for the hardwork you are putting in.

      Put Weights Before Cardio
      Change your routine if you start your fitness regime with cardio exercises and then follow it up with weight lifting. This is a mistake committed by almost all women. When you start with cardio exercises you might miss on a critical component of the routine, because you end up spending more time on cardio, concentrating less on other exercises. Reverse the order and perform the weight training first, to see a more positive outcome.

      Don’t Overdo
      A one hour workout at a time is what an average woman requires in order to stay fit. If you spend too much of your time in the gym, repeating the same routine over extended periods of time, you might get end up getting bored and tiresome. Make your workout routine interesting and more efficient by focusing on the exercises you do.

      Follow The Right Technique
      When you are trying out some exercise, do it in the right way. Learn the technique thoroughly before you put it into practice. Knowing the techniques right will lower the risk of any injury, and will maximize the desired result. It is better to consult your trainer and seek help, instead of getting injured by doing an exercise incorrectly.

      Stay Hydrated
      Your exercise routine might cause dehydration, which will prove out to be negative for your health and fitness. Therefore, it is important for you to increase your water intake, while following a tedious workout regimen. It is advisable to at least consume 8 glasses of water every day.

      Keep Your Heart Rate Under Check
      A woman should workout at 75-80% of their maximum heart rate. If your heart rate is low, it implies that you are not working out to your full potential. While, on the other hand if your heart rate is too high, it will pose danger to your health. Therefore, it is advisable to keep your heart rate monitored.

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