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ASIA-PACIFIC INDUSTRY REVENUE (USD IN MILLIONS)


Japan


South Korea Australia


China (Mainland) Taiwan


Hong Kong India


New Zealand Singapore Thailand Indonesia Philippines Malaysia


Saudi Arabia Vietnam


$333 $300


$510 $331 207 169 $128 $120 $101 $96 $89


$2,880


$1,800 $1,500


$5,133


ASIA-PACIFIC


NUMBER OF MEMBERS (IN MILLIONS) Japan


South Korea China (Mainland) Hong Kong Taiwan Australia


New Zealand India


TOTAL


ASIA-PACIFIC = $13,601


Sources: The 2011 IHRSA International Report; Fitness Australia; The Australian Fitness Industry Report (2012); Fitness New Zealand


Chart 3 shows 2012 industry revenue (USD in millions) for the Asia-Pacific region. Japan, South Korea, and Australia led the region in revenue, bringing in $5.133 billion, $2.88 billion, and $1.8 billion, respectively.


mid-, and high-end markets,” he predicted. “On the positive side, I believe this will help attract more members, growing the overall market. My concern is that we’ll see bubbles in segments that grow too fast, specifically the low-cost sector, and collapses in the middle-market.”


ASIA-PACIFIC The health club industry shows particular potential the a growing Asia-Pacific region. The region serves 17m members at more than 21,000 health clubs. Asia generates roughly USUS$11.5 billion in revenue from more than 18,000 clubs serving 14.6m


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Saudi Arabia Thailand Philippines Indonesia Singapore Malaysia Vietnam


3.5 .94 .46 1.9


.47 .42


.31 .25 .25 .24 .22 .20


.08 4.1 4.0


TOTAL


ASIA-PACIFIC = 17


Sources: The 2011 IHRSA International Report; Fitness Australia; The Australian Fitness Industry Report (2012); Fitness New Zealand


Chart 4 shows the number of members (in millions) broken down by country for the Asia-Pacific region. Japan served 4.1 million mem- bers, while South Korea served only slight fewer at 4 million. Main- land China was home to 3.5 million health club members in 2012.


members. With nearly 3,000 businesses, the industry is Australia and New Zealand generates around USUS$2.1 billion in revenue from some 2.3m members. According to The Australian Fitness


Industry Report, nearly one out of five Australians (18per cent) participate in fitness activities. This number is expected to exceed 7m by 2020, as fitness activities represent the second most popular exercise after walking. The Australian fitness industry draws from a range of successful business models which engage consumers: fitness studios, 24-hour facilities, full-service gyms, and outdoor personal training.


In the Asia-Pacific region, China attracted nearly 3.5m members to more than 2,600 health clubs last year and Hong Kong, alone, has approximately 600 clubs. In addition to posting strong


performance in China, the Asia-Pacific is home to key leading club operators. Central Sports, Renaissance, and Konami Sports & Life – all in Japan – often rank among the top 25 club companies worldwide in terms of revenue, club count, and number of memberships. IHRSA senior research manager Melissa Rodriquez anticipates rapid growth in 2013 in India and China, two of the world’s


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