Fit for expansion

Lester says some of the key trends that will shape the industry in the region over the next few years are virtual workouts from fitness apps, wearable technology, medical fitness, and community-minded exercise.

THE wellness and fitness industry in Asia is poised for significant growth in the years ahead and Malaysia is not expected to be left out of the equation.

Greater awareness of the benefits of good health and the recent Covid-19 pandemic are among the catalysts that have spurred the industry to a higher level.

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