Gyms frequently exceed WHO guidelines for healthy air quality. During exercise, you usually inhale more air and breathe it more deeply into your lungs. As a result, the risk of adverse effects from air pollution also increases.
High CO2 levels, common in gyms from increased respiration, can escalate fatigue and mental fogginess, and hinder athletic performance and endurance.
In the competitive market for gyms, and increasingly popular home fitness options, air quality is a crucial factor to engage those for whom health is top priority.
Ensure that air quality is at optimal levels for safety, comfort and performance, so that clients can achieve their full potential in confidence.
Build confidence and engagement among gym-goers, by displaying an additional element to their fitness: real-time indoor & outdoor readings through on-site monitors and TV screens.