Saturday, May 14, 2011

Maldives Fitness Industry

The Maldivian fitness industry is growing rapidly and diversifying to meet the changing needs of the community. The culture of the fitness industry has also changed. The past emphasis on providing services to improve body image or muscle tone, aimed at fit and healthy 18-35 year old people, has made way for an emphasis on the health and wellbeing of all members of the community. Yeah it’s not longer a thing for only shaping your bodies it’s just much more than that.

Appropriate services are now offered to people of all levels of fitness and across all age groups, from children through to senior citizens.

What does the Maldivian Fitness Industry portray it’s to the public?

I am sure the fitness industry has a clear role in helping to create a fitter and healthier Maldives that will ultimately deliver a range of long-term social and economic benefits across the nation. But the big question is are we all doing this or are we all battling to prove something else?

There is a lot of important work to be carried out by the fitness professionals, club owners in order to shape the industry for the future. There are many questions we need to ask inside a proper forum to shape the industry for the future generations.

  1. Is the industry education for Fitness Professionals up to the mark?
  2. Do we have a proper continuing education system for Fitness Professionals?
  3. Who is the governing body for Fitness Professionals?
  4. How will the Maldivian fitness industry look like in 3 years from now?

Those are just a few questions; there are a lot more …

In order to continue our important work of maintaining and enhancing standards in relation to customer care and consumer protection within the fitness industry we all need to find a common table.

I am looking for it … where is it?

3 comments:

Renjith said...

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PERSONAL TRAINER said...
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PERSONAL TRAINER said...

Hi Ranjith,

Thanks for the info, it was useful ...