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Why you shouldn’t implement a one-app strategy

Why you shouldn’t implement a one-app strategy

Blog posts   •   Mar 15, 2019 14:33 UTC

A one-app strategy sounds like an easy solution. Particularly for fitness operators. A simple case of getting all of your members using one app, for every possible service. Perfect. Except that it’s not. In fact, a one-app strategy can be counter-productive. And in the long run, can hurt your business.

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Introducing Wexer Beat in partnership with Motosumo: Heart rate monitoring without the handcuffs

Introducing Wexer Beat in...

As with other HR systems, participants’ heart rates are projected on the big screen at the front of the studio, with colour-coded tiles i...

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Motosumo’s advanced tech, easy-to-use interface, and almost instant setup time has been a hit with gyms, particularly as an instructor tool for group classes

Motosumo’s advanced tech,...

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The Motosumo app brings advanced analytics and fun gamification features to both indoor cycling classes and other group fitness workouts, without the need for expensive equipment.

The Motosumo app brings a...

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Kresten Juel Jensen, Motosumo CEO and Co-founder

Kresten Juel Jensen, Moto...

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