As aerobics, legwarmers and leotards crept into the fitness facilities, Life Fitness was taking big steps forward as a company and diving headfirst into the digital age. In 1984, Lifecycle, Inc. is sold to Bally Manufacturing Corp. and later becomes Life Fitness, Inc.
Lifecycle, Inc. is sold to Bally Manufacturing Corp. and later becomes Life Fitness, Inc.
Life Fitness enters the digital age with LifeRower.
Lifecycle exercise bikes made specifically for the home are introduced.
Lifecircuit becomes the first electronically controlled strength training system.
Liferacer, which lets exercisers race each other on a video screen, takes fitness further into the digital era.