Trends like high-intensity interval training, water-based workouts, functional fitness training and body weight training have taken over the fitness scene. Fitness club owners should share new training trends with their insurance agents and consider any new potential exposures. (Photo: iStock)

Getting in shape for summer is a common spring mantra astemperatures rise and we trade in winter coats for shorts andsandals.

But it shouldn't just be customers of health clubs who resolveto get in shape. Fitness facilities themselves need to be thinkingalong the same lines: What can they do to create a better customer experience and reduce risksfor their clients?

Insurance fitness

With new trends in fitness popping up almost daily, health clubowners should keep up on the risks associated with those trends,and their agents and brokers can help them.

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