Hilton Head Health Hires New Fitness Director to Oversee Renowned Weight Loss Program
Each will have a state-of-the-art gym visible to all but with a translucent wall for privacy. The gym will be divided into three zones, a hallmark of the EVEN brand. One zone will be devoted to cardio, one to weightlifting and another to yoga and mat exercises. Enough space will be set aside to accommodate small group fitness classes. The hotels also will offer organic and fresh meals throughout the day. Guest rooms in IHG’s new EVEN Hotel brand will have exercise equipment. (Photo: InterContinental Hotels Group) IHG launched EVEN Hotels in 2012 following research that suggested that there are 17 million people who struggle to exercise and eat well while on the road.
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In addition, she will facilitate research-based lectures focused on multiple facets of fitness. Danielles Advanced Health Fitness Specialist Certification from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and her business knowledge will help accelerate H3s growth as the top fitness destination in the world, says Jessica Brantley, H3 General Manager. Health is best approached holistically, encompassing physical, emotional, psychological, and mental demands. Each piece of the puzzle is equally important in improving overall health, says Dunn of her philosophy. The most immediate impact Danielle will have is in the newest, most cutting-edge, fitness classes that she brings to H3, commented Brantley. Danielles arsenal of fitness expertise includes Tabata training, TRX suspension training and Kettlebell exercises.
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The mind-blowing secret that keeps both fitness and junk food industries in business
How is this the case? The manager said, “Fitness centers make their money on the people who don’t show up. In fact, if all our members were to attend regularly, we’d shut down. We couldn’t accommodate everyone. This is why membership contracts are necessary.
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