IHRSA 2020 StatementMarch 05, 2020
Freemotion Fitness withdraws from IHRSA 2020 due to concern about aiding the spread of the Coronavirus
FREEMOTION FITNESS WITHDRAWS FROM IHRSA 2020
Due to the recent announcement of a state of emergency in California, the ongoing global concerns, and uncertainty over the spread of the Coronavirus, Freemotion Fitness has made the difficult decision to withdraw from IHRSA 2020 in San Diego.
Dan Toigo, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Freemotion said, “We believe it is important to act responsibly when considering the health & safety of all people – including our valued employees, global partners, and those with whom we associate. We’ve had a long-standing relationship with IHRSA and will continue to support them.”
Freemotion Fitness looks forward to attending other IHRSA events later in the year.
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ICON Health & Fitness is a global health and fitness leader and owner of iFIT, NordicTrack, ProForm, Freemotion, and other fitness brands. Based in Logan, Utah, the 43-year old company has a multi-decade heritage of innovation, quality, and profitability. ICON and iFIT currently hold more than 330 technology patents, with 80 pending, and its products are present in 116 countries. iFIT workouts are streamed in English, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese, with more languages planned for 2021.
For more than 20 years, Freemotion Fitness has been the global pioneer in fitness equipment and technology, introducing the world to cable-based strength training, the Incline Trainer, the first road simulating indoor bike, and is now leading the way in connected fitness. With science and innovation at its core, Freemotion questions how we work out in commercial fitness facilities, and then redefines it – creating products that deliver an unbeatable user experience and ultimately drive revenue for its partners.