(Dallas, TX; August, 2019) – ClubIntel, the global leader in conducting market research related to the health/fitness industry, announced today it will be launching the 5th Annual International Health/Fitness Industry Trend Study – What’s All the Rage in September of 2019. The survey, available in seven languages, will be distributed in early September to fitness operators and professionals around the world by our 19 international partners.
This fitness industry trend study is the most comprehensive trend study in the fitness industry. The study explores the types of facilities/equipment, programs/services/training protocols and technologies that health/fitness professionals and operators use to differentiate their offering and support consumers on their journey to a healthier way of life. It is the only industry trend study that measures present levels of adoption for over 90 different trends and then tracks these changes over time.
This year’s study will provide the same depth of insight as previous years, including the exploration of emerging industry practices not measured in earlier surveys. The 2019 International Health/Fitness Industry Trend Report – What’s All the Rage will be available free of charge through ClubIntel’s websites, as well as through its study partners by December 2019.
ClubIntel is a brand insights and market research firm focused on serving the health/fitness and private club industries. ClubIntel has collaborated with IHRSA on several industry-based research initiatives, including the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and the soon to be released 2019 Health Club Consumer Report; the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Financial and Operational Benchmarking Reports for the Association of Fitness Studios; the 2016 and 2017 State of the Industry Reports for the Club Spa and Fitness Association.
Justin is the Managing Director of Active Management, which he began January 2004. He offers coaching to businesses worldwide in everything from start up and design to marketing and sales systems. Justin also facilitates four Australian and New Zealand ‘fitness industry roundtables’ events, which allows him to see a huge cross section of business models.