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The health and fitness industry is eagerly awaiting the return of Elevate, which will take place on 15-16 June 2022 at ExCeL London.

Having waited since 2019 for an in-person event, thousands of decision-makers from gyms, health and sport clubs, local authorities, sport therapists, universities and schools have already secured their free trade ticket for the UK’s largest physical activity trade show this June.

With the sector clearly keen to get back to face-to-face business, visitors will be able to take advantage of meeting over 250 exhibitors, trying and discovering thousands of product innovations as well as learn from talks, demos and workshops from over 200 speakers across seven theatres.

Michelle Dand, head of fitness product and programming at David Lloyd Clubs is one of those people. She says: “Elevate 2022 is the most important event of the year for the UK fitness industry - it'll be great to see all the latest innovations in one place for the first time since 2019!”

Exhibitors for 2022 include Active Edge, Apex Rides, BlazePod, BodyTone, Box12, CIMSPA, Core Master, eGym, Eleiko, Gantner, Hippo Leisure, Hussle, Indigo Fitness, Innovatise, Legend by Xplor, LesMills, Matrix, MyZone, Orbit4, PlayFinder, Poolview, Power Plate, Rocktape, Shapemaster, Swim England, SwimTag, Third Space, Wattbike, Xenios USA, Xplor Fitness and Wellbeing and so many more.

For more information and to book free trade tickets visit Elevate’s official website.

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Elevate is the UK’s largest physical activity trade event. Held annually Elevate brings the physical activity sector together with those working in performance and health to tackle one of the most important challenges of our time: tackling physical inactivity.
“The importance of the event, Elevate, is to bring together the fitness industry, the technology industry, the healthcare sector and the really important people - who are the practitioners who promote physical activity - and give them a sound bed of evidence to take away and use in their everyday lives. New equipment, new ideas, new energy.” Prof. Charlie Foster, World Health Organisation and Oxford University.
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The health and fitness industry is eagerly awaiting the return of Elevate, which will take place on 15-16 June 2022 at ExCeL London.
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