Global Talent Solutions (GTS) Places Krysta Brown as VP of Digital and Analytics for Xponential Fitness, Lululemon is poised to beat earnings again and the next fitness industry disrupter could be healthcare.
Global Talent Solutions (GTS) Places Krysta Brown as VP of Digital and Analytics for Xponential Fitness
Brown’s Appointment Marks the Latest in 43+ High-Level Placements by Global Talent Solutions (GTS) for the Boutique Fitness Curator
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., March 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Global Talent Solutions (GTS), the premier executive search, recruitment and talent acquisition partner to the franchise industry, announced today that it has placed Krysta Brown as the Vice President of Digital and Analytics for Xponential Fitness, the largest boutique fitness franchisor in the world.
He Built A Million-Dollar, One-Man Fitness Business. Now He’s Turning It Into A Tech Company
Nick Shaw, a competitive powerlifter and bodybuilder, created a million-dollar, one-man business built around automatically recurring revenue at Renaissance Periodization, his fitness training and diet services business in Charlotte, N.C.
Since I last spoke to him for Forbes, he’s gone into growth mode at the seven-year-old business and has ventured into app development. His fitness and diet app RP Diet has logged more than 200,000 installs on Google Play and the iTunes store since it was released in April.
The Next Fitness Industry Disrupter Could Be Healthcare
The fitness industry is on the doorstep of the next disruptive business model. That model involves the integration of healthcare, but whether club owners can step across that threshold depends upon technology being available to integrate payers, medical providers and clubs.
Imagine this: Your member walks through the doors of your health club. They see a door to a 120-square-foot medical clinic to the right where labs can be drawn, biometric testing can be done and the physicians in the clinic can recommend they sign up for personal training to help them lose weight and lower their blood pressure.
Why Lululemon is Poised to Beat Earnings Estimates Again
This athletic apparel maker has an established record of topping earnings estimates, especially when looking at the previous two reports. The company boasts an average surprise for the past two quarters of 5.55%.
For the most recent quarter, Lululemon was expected to post earnings of $0.93 per share, but it reported $0.96 per share instead, representing a surprise of 3.23%. For the previous quarter, the consensus estimate was $0.89 per share, while it actually produced $0.96 per share, a surprise of 7.87%.
Tempo Reveals $17M-funded $2000 Weight Lift Training Screen
Tempo wants to be the Peloton of barbells. It’s a 42-inch tall screen with 3D machine vision that tracks and teaches you as you workout. The giant upright HD display makes it feel like your personal trainer is right there with you while you compete with others in live and on-demand classes.
Tempo’s Microsoft Kinect-esque motion sensors scan you 30 times per second and notify you if your form is wrong. It’s all housed in a sleekly designed free-standing cabinet that neatly stores the included barbells, dumbbells, attachable weights, workout mat, recovery foam roller, and heartrate monitor.