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    South Africa Fitness Service Market Outlook to 2023 by Market Structure, Revenue Streams, Membership Subscription Package, Provinces and Gender – ResearchAndMarkets.com

    DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “South Africa Fitness Service Market Outlook to 2023 – by Market Structure, by Revenue Streams, by Membership Subscription Package, by Provinces and by Gender” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

    South Africa Fitness Service Market Outlook to 2023 provides a comprehensive analysis of fitness services market of South Africa. The report covers market overview, business cycle, ecosystem, emerging growth drivers and trends; issues and challenges; customer pain points and decision making parameters, competitive landscape of players in organized sector and government regulations. The report concludes with the market projection and analysis recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

    Key Topics Covered:

    1. Executive Summary

    2. Research Methodology

    2.1. Market Definitions

    2.2. Abbreviations

    2.3. Market Sizing and Modeling

    • Consolidated approach -Market Sizing
    • Market Sizing – South Africa Fitness Service Market
    • Variables (Dependent and Independent)
    • Multifactor Based Sensitivity Model
    • Regression Matrix
    • Limitations
    • Final Conclusion

    3. Economy Analysis, 2013 – 2023E

    3.1. Cause and Effect Relationship

    4. South Africa Fitness Service Market Introduction and Evolution

    4.1. South Africa Fitness Service Market Overview and Genesis

    4.2. South Africa Fitness Service Market Supply Side Evolution

    4.3. South Africa Fitness Service Market Demand Side Evolution

    5. South Africa Fitness Service Market Ecosystem

    6. South Africa Fitness Service Market Size (by Revenue, by Membership and by Number of Fitness Centers), 2013- 2018

    • Total Addressable Market and Penetration Rate for South Africa Fitness Service Market, 2013-2018

    7. South Africa Fitness Service Market Segmentation, 2018

    7.1. By Major Revenue Streams (Gym Membership and Personal Training), 2018

    7.1.1. Market Segmentation by Revenue Stream (Gym Membership Revenue and PT Revenue) By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized), 2018

    7.2. By Provinces (Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, North West, Mpumalanga, Eastern Cape, Limpopo, Free State, Northern Cape), 2018

    7.3. Rental Rates by Region, 2018

    7.4. By Membership Subscription (1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year), 2018

    7.4.1. By Membership Subscription On the Basis of Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized), 2018

    7.5. By Gender Composition (Male and Female), 2018

    7.6. By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized), 2018

    7.6.1. On the Basis of Number of Centers, Number of Members and Revenue Generated, 2018

    8. South Africa Fitness Service Market Growth Drivers and Trends

    8.1. Trends and Recent Developments

    • Outdoor Fitness Programme
    • Body Weight and Strength Training Exercises
    • Fitness Snacking
    • Digital Fitness Training
    • Group Training
    • Workplace Fitness Promotion
    • Wearable Technology

    8.2. Growth Drivers

    • Increase in Lifestyle Diseases
    • Tie-Ups and Partnerships with Medical Aid Companies
    • Government initiatives to promote healthy lifestyles
    • Expanding Disposable Income
    • Boost in Personal Trainer requirement
    • Availability of Additional Facilities
    • Growth in Organized Gym Chains
    • Focus on Establishing Female-Specific Fitness Centers
    • Investing In Building Customer Awareness And Trust
    • Growing Trend Of Corporate Fitness Programs
    • Change in Consumer Behavior Spurred by Change in Demographics

    9. Issues and Challenges in South Africa Fitness Service Market

    • Low Conversion Rates
    • Member Retention
    • Subsidized Membership Packages of the Top Major Players
    • Scalability
    • Lack of Availability of Trained and Experienced Personnel
    • Expensive Maintenance
    • Technological Advancements
    • Stiff Competition from Unorganized Players
    • High Cost of Establishment
    • Low Focus on the Sub-Urban Areas
    • High Cost of Marketing

    10. South Africa Fitness Service Market Investment Model

    • Introduction
    • Assumptions Considered
    • Fixed Investment
    • Sources Of Finance
    • Variable Cost
    • Profitability

    11. Regulatory Framework in South Africa Fitness Services Market

    12. Customer Profiling-South Africa Fitness Service Market

    12.1. Customer Decision Making Parameters, 2018

    12.2. Pain Points Of Customers

    13. Snapshot on Personal Training Market In South Africa

    14. Snapshot on Yoga Market in South Africa, 2018

    15. SWOT Analysis in the South Africa Fitness Service Market

    16. Competitive Landscape in South Africa Fitness Service Market

    16.1. Competition Scenario (Market Nature, Bargaining Power, Entry Barriers, Market Positioning and Competition Parameters), 2018

    • Strengths and Weaknesses of Major Players (Virgin Active, Planet Fitness, Zone Fitness, Gym Company, Viva Fitness, Adventure Boot Camp For Women) in South Africa Fitness Service market

    16.2. Market Share of Major Players (Virgin Active, Planet Fitness, Zone Fitness, Curves Fitness, Gym Company, Bodytec & Others), 2018

    16.3. Comparison Matrix in South Africa Fitness Service Market, 2018

    16.4. Company Profile Of Major Players In South Africa Fitness Service Market

    16.4.1. Virgin Active

    16.4.2. Planet Fitness

    16.4.3. Zone Fitness

    16.4.4. Gym Company

    16.4.5. Curves Fitness

    16.4.6. BODYTEC

    16.4.7. Viva Gym

    16.4.8. GO Health Club

    16.4.9. Moove Motion Fitness

    16.4.10. Dream Body Fitness

    16.5. Other Company Profiles of Organized Fitness Market

    16.5.1. Body Classique

    16.5.2. Motion Fitness

    16.5.3. Ignite Fitness

    16.5.4. Family Fitness

    16.5.5. BUC Personal Fitness Studio

    16.5.6. Better Bodies Gym

    16.5.7. SWEAT 1000

    16.5.8. Roark Gym

    16.5.9. F45 Training

    16.5.10. Switch Playground

    16.5.11. Cape CrossFit

    16.5.12. Motley Crew CrossFit

    16.5.13. Ritual Gym

    16.5.14. Yoga South Africa

    16.5.15. Living Yoga

    16.5.16. DynamX Ladies Health Studio

    16.5.17. Yoga Experience

    16.5.18. Adventure Boot Camp for Women

    16.5.19. Women in Fitness

    16.5.20. ElectroFitness

    16.5.21. Shapes For Women

    16.6. Other Company Profiles of Unorganized Fitness Market

    16.6.1. Bold

    16.6.2. Srix Zone

    16.6.3. Proactive Fitness Gym

    16.6.4. Fast Fitness

    16.6.5. BodyMind Fitness

    16.6.6. Eden Fitness

    17. Case Study- Virgin Active

    18. South Africa Fitness Service Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018E- 2023E

    • Total Expected Addressable Market and Penetration Rate

    18.1. South Africa Fitness Service Future Market Segmentation By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized) on the basis of Number of Fitness Centers, 2023E

    18.2. South Africa Fitness Service Future Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Revenue, 2023E

    19. Analyst Recommendations

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