Brunswick Corporation : Brunswick Corporation : Life Fitness Expands Its Synrgy360 Training System With New Configurations For

   Brunswick Corporation : Brunswick Corporation : Life Fitness Expands Its
   Synrgy360 Training System With New Configurations For Smaller Facilities

SCHILLER PARK, Ill., Jan. 28, 2013 - Life Fitness, the global leader in
commercial fitness equipment manufacturing, is making its pioneering
multi-purpose training system Synrgy360(TM) more accessible with three new
customizable, modular configurations. The expansion to the Synrgy360 line
offers more scalable solutions for facilities pursuing synergy training, a
unique and connected fitness experience.

"The Life Fitness Synrgy360 and synergy training model that we introduced drew
interest from facilities of all types around the world," said Dan Wille, vice
president of global marketing and product development for Life Fitness. "To
accommodate the demand for equipment that would suit both large and small
facilities, we've continued to develop new configurations that will support
ranging training needs." 

Synrgy360's newest line of smaller configurations comes on the heels of the
successful Synrgy360X (now Synrgy360XL) and Synrgy360S, which were launched in
March 2012. Synrgy360 serves as a hub for performing dynamic,
state-of-the-art, total-body exercises in one efficient space, giving personal
trainers and individuals a platform to experience unlimited training
possibilities. The comprehensive system includes attention-getting equipment,
accessories, flooring and education to offer facilities a complete solution.

The new models continue Synrgy360's original commitment to accomplishing a
wide variety of training goals through one system, such as endurance, improved
balance, coordination, speed, agility, flexibility, power and strength. To
achieve these goals, the system combines several popular exercise trends
including core training, body-weight training, reaction training and
sport-specific activities.

New smaller configurations include the Synrgy360XM which gives facilities a
bold option including six available training spaces that can accommodate
multiple users per space. The Synrgy360XS, features four distinct training
spaces and the Synrgy360T configuration is the smallest and allows for
placement against a wall. 

The new configurations offer the same integrated storage for accessories and
support training variety with space options that include a battle rope
attachment, cable station, suspension chin bar, heavy bag, rebounder,
adjustable height dip handles and step platform, among other features.

All the Synrgy360 models have the ability to be connected to each other with
the new cable cross-over boom, which gives facilities new flexibility in
product layout and creates additional training options between units with an
overhead bar that supports suspension training.

For more information about existing and new Synrgy360 products, visit 

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About Life Fitness
Life Fitness is the global leader in commercial fitness equipment. The company
manufactures and sells strength and cardiovascular equipment under the brand
names Life Fitness and Hammer Strength and distributes its equipment in more
than 120 countries. Headquartered outside Chicago, in Schiller Park, Ill.,
Life Fitness is a division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC).


Life Fitness and Synrgy360 are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of
Brunswick Corporation.

TRX, Suspension Training and Rip  are trademarks and/or registered  trademarks 
of Fitness Anywhere LLC.



Editorial Contact: Lauren Kamm
                   Life Fitness



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