South Africa raises profile of the nation’s health



South Africa raises profile of the nation’s health

South Africans are more mindful of the food they consume as well as exercise

The health and fitness industry in South Africa is estimated to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, with annual revenues of over US$12 million. From vitamins and supplements to health clubs and fitness trends, the industry is thriving and shows no signs of slowing down. This was reported by
CCTV+, a partner of TV BRICS.

As more South Africans focus on healthy lifestyles, demand for fitness gyms is on the rise, attracting more people looking to work up a sweat, lose weight, and get stronger.

Health clubs are increasingly listening to their customers, looking to gain an edge over their competitors with selfie booths and a mental health-friendly approach to exercise.

After COVID, people are looking at things more in terms of the body-mind connection.

According to the source, road running is a very strong discipline within the South African sporting fraternity. Over the years, COVID has obviously put its development on hold a little bit, but the road-running scene is now stronger than ever.

There are new fads popping up every now and then in the South African fitness business, but one thing that remains constant is that South Africans prefer to live a healthy lifestyle, either by eating better or moving more.





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