The start of 2023 has been tough for many – with ongoing strike action, political uproar and a cost of living crisis. Despite the uncertainty, it appears as though health and fitness remains one of the positive antidotes to daily stress. So, here at Pulse we want to continue to provide better solutions for better health for all.

We are looking ahead to the rest of 2023 with optimism. In April, we are heading to Cologne for the FIBO Trade Show where we will be showcasing the latest from our diverse range of Pulse equipment and demonstrating the advancements to our connected-fitness, console technology to some of the leading innovators in the industry.

As more consumers than ever opt into the digital age of fitness, we are continuing our focus on the accelerating developments of our connected-fitness app offering, TRAKK. Responding to customer demands and market trends, we are looking forward to evolving the app to make it all the more valuable to gym and leisure communities across the UK. Our latest partnership with Tanita has allowed members to download their body composition data directly onto the TRAKK app, helping them to stay in control of their individual fitness journey and track their progress. It is valuable collaborations like this one that we are keen to expand throughout 2023, so we can continue to upgrade our app and make it the ultimate tool for operators and their members.

Back at Pulse HQ, we are looking forward to unveiling our new Pulse Scoop, a dedicated space to shoot and showcase our Pulse Fitness campaigns on site. This is just one of many developments that will enhance the Pulse offering this year and will take our high-quality content creation to the next level in 2023.

Best wishes,
Chris Johnson, MD