FIND OUT WHY THE FITNESS INDUSTRY IS GROWING IN AUSTRALIA



Now in it's sixth year running, the Fitness Show is on in Melbourne this weekend, the 26-27 October 2019.


Bringing together some of the biggest fitness, health and wellness celebrities and brands in Australia, the show brings together the latest in fitness education, technology, health foods, sports nutrition, group fitness and fitness apparel.


Featuring such high-profile talent such as Laura Henshaw, Steph Claire Smith, Andrew Papadoupolus, among many others, the show provides the chance to listen to expert talks, workout with their favourite influencers and meet and greet with each special guest.



Big name exhibitors include: Blue Dinosaur, YoPRO, Halo Top, Happy Way, Spartan Race Australia, Chemist Warehouse, Goodlife Health Clubs, Musashi, PranaOn, with many more names at the show.


The fitness industry continues to grow in Australia, with research indicating that by 2022/23 fitness industry revenues will grow to a worth of $2.4 billion. The aim of the Fitness Show is to encourage this growth in a positive way, by creating a supportive and inclusive space, housing the best players in this sphere under one roof. The event provides the opportunity for attendees to be inspired and educated about all things fitness and wellness relayed by the best in their fields. The show attracts not only industry professionals and hardcore fitness lovers, but also mainstream fitness audiences, who are keen to follow an active lifestyle and learn more.


The Fitness Show 2018 Highlights


The event will showcase the biggest trends that are continuing to emerge in the health and fitness world for 2019. These include strength training, body scanning and measurement devices, vegan and sustainable/ethical brands, which continue to feature and gain in mainstream popularity, boutique fitness, group training and high intensity interval training.


Find out why the fitness sector continues to grow, don't miss out on the Fitness Show this weekend at the MCEC!


DETAILS

Dates: Sat 26 - Sun 27 October

Location: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre - 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf

Times: 10am – 5pm daily

MCEC Website