By 2020, the fitness industry estimates a growth of 300%, a business that has become attractive for entrepreneurs and investors, due to the sustained increase in the sector in recent years, profitability and a safe return of investment.
According to Anytime Fitness, a fitness service company, the industry reported a value of US$1,800 million with a growth of 20%; viable as it adapts to the needs of customers, through better experiences.
In a statement, the general director of the company, David Rascon, said that they want to do their part to have a healthier country, "we will take our successful concept to every corner of Mexico”.
He said that data published by the International Health, Racquet & Sportclub Association (IHRSA), indicates that in 2010, Mexico reported a total of 2,300 gyms, while by 2012 there were 7,826.
There are plans to expand the brand during the first half of 2019 which includes openings in Hermosillo, Tepic, Manzanillo, Toluca, Cholula, Tabasco, three more branches in the metropolitan area, and two more in Querétaro, in addition to a club in Leon, Guanajuato.