Gold Coast, Australia: Advanced body composition technology innovator Evolt 360 has today announced three transformative contracts including a supplier agreement with GoodLife Fitness Canada, the largest fitness company in Canada and the fourth largest in the world.
All three contracts signify significant milestones for the Gold Coast based business, which was founded by internationally renowned sports promoter Ed Zouroudis and fitness industry guru Kelly Weideman, as it accelerates its global expansion journey.
GoodLife Fitness in Canada has more than 650,000 members across nearly 200 clubs. Under the new supplier agreement, GoodLife Fitness (Canada) will use Evolt 360 body composition monitoring technology as a personal training assessment tool to inform customised training plans for its members. The company currently uses Evolt 360 technology at 25 of its locations, and are hopeful to bring this best-in-class technology to more members soon.
Evolt 360 recently established a non-exclusive distribution partnership with Matrix Fitness, a renowned global leader in commercial fitness products and cutting-edge technology solutions. This partnership enables the distribution of Evolt products across the Philippines, India and Indonesia. Additionally, Evolt 360 has entered into a preferred supplier agreement with Jetts 24 hour Fitness Australia, a prominent fitness provider with a vast network of over 200 gyms and more than 200,000 members nationwide.
Evolt 360’s cutting-edge medically graded machines, registered with FDA, listed in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods, and CE approved, employ bioimpedance technology to provide comprehensive insights into body composition health. These insights, including data on skeletal muscle mass, subcutaneous fat, visceral fat, and segmental analysis, enable users to identify imbalances and optimise their health and fitness goals through comprehensive health reports. These reports are then seamlessly uploaded to the cloud through Evolt’s analytical reporting dashboard and made accessible to users via the EVOLT Active App.
With a footprint in 42 countries and a user base approaching two million registered users, Evolt 360 continues to expand its global presence. The company serves an array of global enterprise customers, including the world’s largest gym chains, such as Anytime Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, World Gym, Exponential Fitness, Virgin Active; corporate giants like health insurer HCF, and some of the world’s largest mining companies. Additionally, Evolt 360 has cultivated valuable partnerships with leading international medical universities and allied health professionals, reinforcing its commitment to advancing health monitoring technology worldwide.
Evolt 360 co-founder and CEO Ed Zouroudis said the agreements mark a significant chapter in Evolt 360’s journey.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Matrix Fitness, GoodLife Fitness Canada, and Jetts Australia, who are all significant leaders in the fitness industry,” he said.
“Together, we will empower individuals on their health and fitness journeys and drive innovation in the world of health monitoring technology.”
Co-founder Kelly Weideman added: “Our mission has always been to provide individuals with the tools and insights they need to achieve their health and fitness goals. With these groundbreaking agreements, we are one step closer to fulfilling that mission on a global scale.”
Evolt 360’s commitment to innovation and excellence continues to revolutionise the health monitoring industry, helping individuals make informed decisions about their health and well-being.
Justin is the Managing Director of Active Management, which he began January 2004. He offers coaching to businesses worldwide in everything from start up and design to marketing and sales systems. Justin also facilitates four Australian and New Zealand ‘fitness industry roundtables’ events, which allows him to see a huge cross section of business models.