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Technogym

Technogym is a world leader in the design and manufacture of fitness equipment, established in 1983 when founder and President Nerio Alessandri designed the first piece of Technogym equipment in his garage in Cesena, Northern Italy.

Since then, the company has grown to become one of the world's leading manufacturers of state-of-the-art fitness equipment, renowned globally for its innovative design and technology. The dedicated Technogym team, along with medical professionals, researchers and academics, investigate and create solutions to help people live healthier lives that incorporate regular physical activity, balanced diet and a positive mental approach.

Technogym's philosophy is built upon a call for social responsibility. The company believes that people’s health goes hand in hand with the health of the planet, so its mission of bringing Wellness to the world extends consistently to environmental care in facilities, buildings and processes.

Technogym supplies champion athletes, sports teams and major sporting events around the world, as well as military and uniformed services, education, health services, professional sports facilities, private clubs, cruise ships, gyms, hotels and spas.

With the benefit of decades of research and knowledge, the company has also developed fitness equipment collections for private use. Innovative design and technology, ergonomic biomechanics and renowned reliability and performance of Technogym’s fitness equipment, together with tailor-made training support solutions, help you enjoy a new Wellness space in the privacy and comfort of the home. Technogym’s compact, safe and easy to use home machines can come equipped with apps, internet connectivity and entertainment features to keep you motivated and track your progress towards your Wellness goals.

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