Legal Information - Cookies

At fitnessdigital we know how important data confidentiality and privacy is for all our clients when surfing the net. That is why we want to inform you clearly about what Cookies are, what they are used for and how they affect you when you surf the Internet.

What is a Cookie?

A Cookie refers to information that a computer, tablet or mobile phone saves in the memory when a user surfs on the Internet, so that these devices may be subsequently recognized.
Here are some important aspects about Cookies that you should know:

  • They do not identify you as an individual; they only recognize your device.
  • They do not damage your device in any way.
  • They enable you to access important functions on the web, such as bookings or searches you carried out previously.
  • They enable us to remember your preferences and personalize contents for you.

What kind of Cookies do we use at fitnessdigital?

Many of our online features have been designed to work with Cookies, always considering the best possible surfing experience for users; to be able to surf the fitnessdigital website correctly and enjoy everything we have to offer you, you must first accept the Cookies. Should you not allow the installation of these Cookies, your surfing possibilities on the fitnessdigital website will be limited.

Types of cookies you can find on fitnessdigital:

This type of Cookie saves information anonymously and allows us: to know your preferences and improve our designs for your surfing experience on fitnessdigital, avoid errors, obtain statistics, adapt the speed of video transmission according to compatibility with your web browser, etc. We try to think about our clients how to make their visit to our website as pleasant as possible.
This type of Cookies are used to find out the country from which you are accessing our website and, in this way, we are able to show contents according to your location and in your language.
This type of Cookies are generated at the time you register on the web or initiate a later session. These Cookies are used so that, when you close a session, leave the computer or power down, you continue to be identified as a user and contents continue to be adapted to you.
Session and user input cookies are often used to track user actions by filling in online forms on multiple pages, or as a shopping basket to track items that the user has selected at the push of a button.
This type of Cookies collect information totally anonymously about your surfing experience with fitnessdigital. In this way, we can access numerical data about users surfing our webpage, and improve functions as we see fit. Therefore, these cookies contribute directly to the improvements we make to the web, always enhancing the surfing experience of the user and helping us to offer a better service.
This type of Cookies allow us to increase and personalize the information on the ads shown to each user. Among other functions, data is anonymously stored based on the surfing patterns of each user, so that we can offer advertising to match your interests.
fitnessdigital uses third party Cookies to access, manage and improve a series of Extra Services that will always improve your surfing experience with fitnessdigital...

How to allow or block cookies?

Allowing or blocking cookies has to be done through the web browser. In what follows below we will explain step by step how to do this depending on which browser you use: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari Browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Go to the “Settings” menu on the browser toolbar.
  2. Click "Show advanced options" at the bottom of the page.
  3. In the "Privacy" section, click "Content settings".
  4. In the new window you can choose from the following settings:
    • Allow local data to be stored (recommended).
    • Save site data until you quit your browser.
    • Block site data.
    • Block site data and third party cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Go to “Tools” and "Options".
  2. In the menu window which opens click the “Privacy” tab.
  3. In dropdown menu choose the option "Use custom settings for history". Then by choosing the corresponding box you can block or allow cookies.

Internet Explorer

  1. Go to the "Tools" menu and select " Internet Options ".
  2. In the next window select the “Privacy" tab.
  3. Move the cursor to set the Cookies security settings: Block all Cookies, High, High Medium, Medium (default choice), Low and Accept all Cookies.

Safari Browser

  1. Go to the "Settings" menu and choose "Options".
  2. Click on the "Privacy" tab.
  3. Choose the required option in the section "Block Cookies".

If you use a different browser, consult the corresponding Online Guide to help you through the process of allowing, blocking or setting Cookies.