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    by Anne B. McDonnell July 2005

    The past 20 years have seen much invention in cardio and strength equipment, but the standards have stood the test of time.

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    by Ronale Tucker Rhodes July 2005

    From bodybuilding to express workouts, fitness centers have evolved to cater to their changing markets.

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    by Michael Popke May 2005

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    by Brian J. Wallace & Dennis E. Kline April 2005

    A forward-thinking, comprehensive approach to equipment maintenance can help protect a club's most prized possession: its positive image.

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    by Marvin Bynum January 2005

    Fitness equipment manufacturers show renewed interest in interactive entertainment systems.

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    by Paul Steinbach January 2005

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    by Marvin Bynum January 2004

    A new fitness regime for the U.S. Air Force

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    by Marvin Bynum January 2004

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    by Paul Steinbach November 2002

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