5 Coronavirus Preventive Resources for Reopening Your Gym

As more and more states get the green light for gyms to reopen, gym owners nationwide are wondering how to balance opening their doors with preventing a Coronavirus outbreak. Gym owners, like many business owners right now, are struggling with information overload and feeling uncertain about meeting the growing list of compliance standards. Radianse...

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Streamlining the Fitness Amenity Booking Process

Streamlining the Fitness Amenity Booking Process with Our Contactless Software Here at Radianse, we create forward-thinking technology tools that align with modern business needs. Take our Touchless Amenity Scheduler software, for example. In just minutes, members at gyms and fitness studios can book time on their favorite amenities. Say goodbye to the traditional sign-up...

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Reopening Your Gym

7 Tips to Safely Reopen Your Gym

7 Tips to Safely Reopen Your Gym. Back in April, the U.S. government released guidelines for reopening America following the outbreak of Coronavirus. And as part of Phase One, gyms are allowed to reopen, along with sit-down restaurants, movie theaters, sporting venues and places of worship, as long as they follow “strict physical distancing...

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Western States Sheriffs’ Association Conference

One traffic-filled drive into Boston, 6 hour flight to Phoenix, half mile run through the airport, missed connection, overnight stay at a Radisson Hotel, 2 hour flight the next morning, roughly 2,900 total miles later and we were finally in Reno.  Arriving a day late meant that my boss, Chris Allen, and I only...

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RFID Tags Allow Cyclists to Turn Traffic Lights Green

One city in Denmark has pulled out all the stops to make perks for those who ride bicycles, hoping to turn more people towards the greener mode of transportation.  There is a bridge dedicated to cyclists, analyses showing how bikes are better for your health, and now an RFID tags to change traffic lights in...

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Fitting Rooms of the Future

We live in a “buy, buy, buy” society (not to be confused with the ‘N SYNC top hit) where we are being constantly bombarded with products to purchase.  Companies have started coming up with creative ways to try to persuade us to buy their products.  There are “buy one, get one” sales, promotions for...

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Tattoo Fitness Tracker

iPhones.  Excessively long beards paired with a “man bun”.  Emoticons.  There are lots of trends out there and likely will always be.  Many people follow more than one fad at a time and are always looking for the next big thing.  What if the next big thing is actually combing two fads into one?...

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Work Environment of the Future

Most of us follow a similar routine 5 days a week: wake up when the sun does, rush to finish a cup of coffee while getting dressed, drive to the office, work until lunch when we run out to grab a quick bite to eat, back to work, drive home and cook dinner, a few...

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A Technological Update for Libraries

I came across an article recently about the High-Tech Makeover one branch of the Ottawa Public Library was soon to undergo.  As an avid reader and library-lover, it all sounded fantastic to me:  Elmvale Acres was the latest branch in the system scheduled to receive radio-frequency equipment and self-checkout kiosks.  “Library users will be able to place...

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