Fitness financials: Life Time Fitness elects new board members, plus Nautilus

Life Time Fitness has elected to its board of directors Jack W. Eugster and John K. Lloyd, effective Oct. 13, and Nautilus was among more than 30 stocks that traded higher on Oct. 9 on unusually higher volume.
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Life Time Fitness elects new board members

Life Time Fitness (NYSE: LTM) has elected to its board of directors Jack W. Eugster and John K. Lloyd, effective Oct. 13.

From 1980 until his retirement in 2001, Eugster, 64, served as chairman, president and CEO of Musicland Corp. He currently serves on the board of directors of Donaldson Company, Graco and Black Hills.

Since 1997, Lloyd, 63, has served as president of Meridian Health, a New Jersey-based integrated health system, which encompasses four hospitals and an extensive network of non-hospital healthcare services. He also serves on the board of directors of QualCare Preferred Providers and QualCare Alliance Networks.

The addition of Eugster and Lloyd brings the total number of Life Time Fitness board of directors members to eight, seven of whom are independent. The company expects they will be appointed to standing board committees at upcoming meetings of its board of directors.

Nautilus trading volume gets a jolt

Seeking Alpha reported that Nautilus (NYSE: NLS) was among more than 30 stocks that traded higher on Oct. 9 on unusually higher volume.

Nautilus' per share percentage increase was 36.14 percent for the day. Its volume was 1.28 million -- an increase of 518.98 percent compared to a 50-day average. It closed at $2.26.

--Compiled by Wendy Geister

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