SOURCE: Intelligent Sports, Inc.

December 27, 2007 08:31 ET

Intelligent Sports, Inc.'s "Create Space For Exercise" Program and E-Commerce Web Site Set for Launch in 2008

UPLAND, CA--(Marketwire - December 27, 2007) - Intelligent Sports, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IGTP) is pleased to announce that, as the Company heads into 2008, it has the agreements in place to launch the second phase of its "Create Space For Exercise" (CSFE) sales program in retail outlets throughout North America. The Company has an agreement with SportsArt Fitness to produce fitness equipment specifically for the CSFE program, set to launch in early 2008.

Intelligent Sports includes the following events as its primary goals for 2008: the successful launch of the CSFE program in "big box" retail outlets throughout North America; the opening of the first of its Youth Fitness Centers; the introduction of an exclusive line of fitness equipment specifically for its Youth Fitness Centers; the completion of marketing agreements with various charities and foundations to increase awareness of childhood obesity.

In June 2007, Intelligent Sports acquired Global Retail Fitness Concepts, which originally developed the CSFE kiosk platform for the sales of home fitness, cardiovascular and strength equipment through retail, wholesale and membership club outlets. Intelligent Sports has since redesigned the concept in cooperation with SportsArt Fitness, and is targeting the program to a broader base of retail outlets and consumers.

Intelligent Sports is also preparing the launch of its e-commerce Web site. The online shopping venue will be linked to the Company's main Web site and will not only provide a central "one stop" location for consumers to purchase home fitness equipment, it will add brand awareness and a new source of revenue for Intelligent Sports, Inc. The site is expected to be operational in early 2008.

"This has been a watershed year for Intelligent Sports. The revenue from the CSFE program and our e-commerce store will enable us to better define our business strategy in the coming year and continue to focus on the development of our Youth Fitness Centers, which has been our goal since the Company's inception," stated Thomas Hobson, CEO of Intelligent Sports, Inc.

Intelligent Sports plans to open the first of its Youth Fitness Centers in 2008 in Southern California with the intent of expanding the model throughout the United States. The centers will include circuit fitness machines, stationary cycles and exercise programs of all types, as well as diet and nutrition instruction.

Intelligent Sports' Nothin' But Net (NBN) sports programs enjoyed an outstanding turnout throughout the year. Nearly 3,000 boys and girls participated in seasonal leagues, tournaments and workshops, gaining valuable experience from strong competition and professional coaching.

This past summer, NBN sports added to the programs through a cooperative effort with EM Speed and Power Training, LLC, giving the young athletes an opportunity to experience professional training normally reserved for high-level college and Olympic athletes. Intelligent Sports also launched joint programming with the Upland Sports Arena, in which the two Companies now combine their efforts to bolster membership and add to the programs offered to young athletes in Southern California.

To read the 2007 Letter to Shareholders from Intelligent Sports' CEO, Tom Hobson, please visit the Company's Investor Relations page at

For more information about SportsArt Fitness, please go to

About Intelligent Sports, Inc.:

Intelligent Sports ( provides organized youth sports and fitness programs that allow kids to grow athletically and intellectually. Whether it is sports-related, health development, or specialized fitness training, Intelligent Sports will meet their general athletic and physical needs. Intelligent Sports will launch the business model in other targeted communities throughout the country over the next several years.

Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

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