An aggressive approach to innovation keeps Life Fitness on the cutting edge of technology and new product development. Life Fitness is prepared for fitness trends, like the increasing popularity of group training, and an exploding fitness app market.
Augie’s Quest Limited-Edition Lifecycle® introduced to help raise money for ALS research.
SYNRGY360 redefines small group training.
Award-winning Lifecycle GX group cycling bike is launched.
500,000th treadmill manufactured in Franklin Park, Illinois, USA facility.
Engaging and connected Discover Tablet consoles are launched.
LFconnect app, the first that works directly with fitness equipment, debuts. It and other fitness apps interact with Life Fitness equipment through LFopen™, the first truly open API in fitness.
SYNRGY BlueSky outdoor training, an extension of the groundbreaking SYNRGY360, is introduced. This is the first small group training system from Life Fitness designed specifically for outdoor use.
Life Fitness launches several other new products: PowerMill Climber, FlexStrider Variable-Stride Trainer, Insignia Series Strength and Hammer Strength Select.
The addition of Brunswick Billiards gives Life Fitness a wide breadth of products in the active recreation category.
Recognizing the need for activity in the workspace, Life Fitness creates InMovement.
Life Fitness expands its product portfolio into active aging and rehabilitation with the addition of SCIFIT.
Cybex joins Life Fitness. The addition of another trusted brand further strengthens the fitness product portfolio.
The addition of ICG provides Life Fitness with an extensive offering of award-winning, premium indoor cycling bikes.