Gyms add fun elements to exercise to hold member interest

07/28/2011 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Gym instructors say unconventional tactics that make traditional exercise routines fun, such as banging on a drum, using hula hoops and bouncing on a ball, keep people of all ages engaged in fitness. Gyms cater to a growing diversity in exercise activities by offering special training for rock climbing, marathon running and boxing, and adding personal trainers and wellness programs focused on nutrition.

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