Fitness industry in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista dossier about the fitness industry in the United Kingdom (UK)

This dossier presents a set of statistics and figures on fitness, exercise, physical activity and its surrounding industry in the United Kingdom (UK). The chapters included present an overview and detailed information on employment demographics, participation, dance fitness, health and fitness apps as well as statistics on consumption within the fitness industry before ending with an outlook of the eHealth fitness segment.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • UK: estimated market size of wellness and fitness from 2010 to 2020

    • UK: estimated growth of the wellness and fitness market 2015-2020, by category

    • Gross value added (GVA) of fitness facilities in the United Kingdom (UK) 2008-2015

    • Turnover of fitness facilities in the United Kingdom (UK) 2008-2016

    • Number of fitness facilities in the UK 2014-2016, by turnover

    • Public expenditure on recreational and sporting services in the UK 2011-2017

    • Physical activity levels of children in England 2012, by age and gender

    • Physical activity levels in past week in Wales 2014, by gender

    • Scotland: distribution of adult activity levels 2016, by gender

    • Physical activity per week in Northern Ireland in 2016/17, by gender

  • 2. Employment
    • Number of people with sports occupations in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011-2017

    • UK: number of employees in the sports activities sector 2014, by age group and gender

    • Number of fitness instructors in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011-2017

    • UK: share of full-time fitness professionals in 2014, by occupation

    • UK: distribution of the fitness workforce in 2014, by main working location

    • UK: distribution of fitness market workforce in 2014, by age group

    • UK: distribution of fitness occupations in 2014, by age group

    • UK: distribution of fitness occupations in 2014, by gender

    • Reasons why people joined the fitness industry in England in 2015

    • Barriers to carrying out more training for the fitness workforce in England in 2015

  • 3. Participation
    • Sports and exercise as free time activity in England 2016, by age

    • Scotland: share of adults sport participation 2014-2016

    • Children participating in aerobics in England 2010-2017

    • Weekly minutes of physical activity in Wales 2015, by gender

    • Number of days on which children are physically active in Wales 2015, by gender

    • Participation rate of strength and conditioning classes in England 2015, by gender

    • Participation rate of cardiovascular fitness classes in England 2015, by gender

    • Participation rate of water workout classes in England 2015, by gender

    • Desired frequency of physical activity Great Britain 2015, by gender

    • Disability-friendly facilities in gyms and sports clubs in Great Britain 2015

  • 4. Consumption
    • Sport equipment consumer price index (CPI) annual average in the UK 2003-2017

    • Expenditure on keep fit epuipment in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015-2016

    • Expenditure on sports equipment in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015-2016

    • Wearable technology sales volume in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014, by product

    • Wearable technology sales value in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014, by product

    • Ownership and interest in selected wearable devices in the UK 2014

    • Ingredients wanted in sports and energy drinks in United Kingdom (UK) 2016

    • UK: share of people who spent money on wellness and fitness in 2015, by age group

  • 5. Dance Fitness
    • Participation rate of dance classes in England 2015, by gender

    • Participation rate of dance fitness classes in England 2015, by gender

    • Female participation in dance fitness in the United Kingdom in 2015, by frequency

    • England: most popular dance styles in dance fitness classes in 2015

    • England: most common reasons for favouring a dance workout style in England 2015

    • Dance fitness styles on the rise in relation to popularity in England in 2015

    • Dance fitness styles with decreasing popularity in England in 2015

    • England: satisfaction of participants of dance fitness courses in 2015

  • 6. Health Apps
    • UK: distribution of mobile health, wellness and fitness application usage in 2015

    • UK: share of healthcare, wellness and fitness apps 2015, by category

    • Helpfulness of health and fitness apps to users in Great Britain 2013, by factor

    • Fitness, health and medical app usage in Great Britain 2013, by demographic group

    • Helpfulness of apps for exercising in Great Britain 2013, by demographic

    • Health and wellbeing mobile apps usage in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015, by age group

    • Health and wellbeing mobile apps usage frequency in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

  • 7. eHealth Outlook
    • Digital Market Outlook: eHealth fitness users in the UK 2016-2022, by subsegment

    • Digital Market Outlook: eHealth fitness users in the UK 2017, by gender

    • Digital Market Outlook: eHealth fitness users in the UK 2017, by age group

    • DMO: eHealth fitness users in the UK 2017, by age group

    • Digital Market Outlook: eHealth fitness revenue in the UK 2016-2022, by subsegment

    • DMO: eHealth fitness usage penetration in the UK 2016-2022, by subsegment

    • Digital Market Outlook: eHealth fitness ARPU in the UK 2016-2022, by subsegment

  • Language: English
  • Released: November 2016
  • Source(s): Statista
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