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PerfectMind is an industry-leading member management and facility booking software provider. Its robust Platform as a Service (PaaS) serves organizations of all sizes in parks & recreation, health & wellness, fitness, and education sectors. With over 5,000 customers in 21 countries, PerfectMind streamlines business processes so organizations can focus on supporting and growing their communities.
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5 of the Most Common Martial Arts Injuries and How to Prevent Them

No matter how careful one is during training, injuries can happen. Whether it’s simple wear and tear of your muscles or an accident while sparring, the best way to deal with injuries is to address them immediately. As many martial arts utilize similar muscle groups in your body, there are some injuries that are more common than others.


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New Features Release Version 5.1.3

The PerfectMind development team has been hard at work to bring you features to help attract new members, connect your community and keep your business running efficiently. Click on thumbnails for expanded views and browse through the help files to learn more about each feature.

The Top 5 Reasons You Need Membership Management Software to Help Your Business Grow

Membership-based businesses, such as gyms or health clubs, need to pay close attention to operations. 

Creating Thought Leaders Within your Organization


Creating thought leaders within an organization can be challenging, but it’s rewarding for both the company and employees. Thought leadership focuses on providing insights surrounding a problem instead of just pitching a quick solution. 

Get on the Good Foot: What to Look for in Fitness Gear

When it comes to fitness, finding the right gear is an important step that shouldn’t be overlooked. From clothing to the equipment, working with fitness gear that is either ill-fitting for your body or inappropriate for the activity that you’re doing, may result in an uncomfortable workout – or even worse, prompt an injury.

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