Crunch Health Australia’s Evolt partnership goals to assist members obtain their objectives


Evolt announced that its 360 body scanners are now available at Crunch Fitness gyms in NSW and Victoria, helping members meet their health and fitness goals.

The rapidly growing fitness chain offers high-tech body tests to all members and aims to offer its members a wide range of exercise and wellness options in each of its clubs, with a wide range of cardio and resistance equipment as well as group fitness classes and HIIT stations, relaxation lounges and services that are unique to each facility in both states.

With the Evolt 360 Body Composition Analyzer, Crunch Fitness members stand on the scanner and receive a detailed report of more than 40 different measurements on their body through a non-invasive electric currant.

The Evolt 360 device gives full access to information that normal bathroom scales don’t have, including protein, bone mineral content, visceral fat percentage, total body water, and metabolic levels.

An Evolt spokesperson advises, “When it comes to increasing muscle mass and reducing fat, the Evolt 360 is the best resource you have on hand.

“Scanning enables Crunch Fitness members to see the makeup of their body better and develop exercise and nutrition programs to improve health and fitness.

“Crunch Fitness members who regularly perform Evolt 360 body scans know exactly whether they are losing muscle or fat or gaining weight and will see improvements in their performance levels.

“With the most accurate, scientifically based body composition measurements, especially intra-abdominal fat measurements, Crunch Fitness gym members gain the upper hand when it comes to achieving their goals.

“Evolt 360 body scans are helping to grow sales for any Crunch Fitness Australia facility with significant increases in profits as scan booking sales are added to memberships and / or renewals and personal training sessions.”

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