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Gym Survey Report Bangalore

Vaibhav Sharma

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Table of Contents

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1. Introduction.......................................................................................................... 1 2. About the Study....................................................................................................1 3. Aims and Objectives...........................................................................................1 4. Gender wise Distribution in Gyms.................................................................2 5. The Nutritional Supplements..........................................................................8 6. The Gym Trend..................................................................................................13 7. The Fitness Trainers........................................................................................15 7.1 Gym Index..................................................................................................................16 8. Interesting information gathered from the survey...............................19 9. Estimates of Sampling Errors.......................................................................19 10. References........................................................................................................20 Exhibits....................................................................................................................21

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Appendix Appendix 1: Institutes In India Providing Fitness Certifications........................1 Appendix 2: Fitness Equipment Manufacturers in India.....................................10 Appendix 3: Major Fitness Equipments Brands In India (Imported)............14 Appendix 4: Nutritional Supplement Manufacturers in India...........................16 Appendix 5: International Nutritional Supplements Brands in India (Imported)................................................................................................................................18 Appendix 6: Major Gyms/Fitness Chains in India...................................................20 Appendix 7: Major Gyms in the Cities...........................................................................22 Delhi and NCR.........................................................................................................................22 Bangalore..................................................................................................................................23 Mumbai......................................................................................................................................24 Chennai......................................................................................................................................25 Kolkata.......................................................................................................................................26

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PREFACE
A young India, as can be rightly said for the country with around 40% of the population falling in the age bracket of 10 24 years, is on the path of healthy economical growth. But is the health of young Indian also keeping pace with its economy? While todays generation is more urbanised and better educated than the earlier ones, health and lifestyle vulnerabilities have risen. Health scares, like Obesity, Coronary diseases, diabetes and many more are increasingly posing a grave problem to the Indians. A consequence of this is an increased awareness towards fitness and active lifestyle which in turn is fuelling the growth of fitness industry in all its aspects. While India is showing signs of a promising land, the real questions lies in how the indigenous/worldwide fitness companies will take advantage of this highly unorganised, relatively immature yet potentially evolving sector in the coming years. The Gym Survey Report describes the findings of the Fitness Industry conducted over a span of six months in Bangalore. The purpose of this research is to understand how the Fitness Industry might evolve, to explore various hurdles faced and the possible solutions to mitigate the strains and maximize the opportunities offered by the Industry. The Survey sheds light on various aspects of the fitness industry that will prove beneficial to anyone connected to this field ranging from a common gym goer to the big corporate eyeing for investment in this field. The finding answers a wide spectrum of questions like the Gender wise distribution of individuals over the different gym type, analysis of the relation between the age, spending and use of Nutritional Supplements by the gym goers and how well informed and qualified our Fitness Trainers are? I deeply appreciate the guidance and vital inputs from Ryan Fernando of BodyFuelz during the entire journey of the survey right from the inception of this idea, designing of questionnaire, deciding on the survey pattern, data analysing and finally writing the report. Also, I would like to extend my thanks to the BodyFuelz team that helped during the data gathering/survey stage. Finally, I would like to record my appreciation of the support and co operation of all the individuals who took part in the survey ranging from the Fitness trainers, Gym Supervisors, Nutritional Supplements Dealers and most important, all the gym goers.

Dec 2010

Vaibhav Sharma

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1. Introduction
In the twenty first century, India is witnessing an outbreak of various health problems due to the new sedentary lifestyle embraced by a majority of urbane population. The most prevalent among these evils are obesity, and the resultant cardio vascular diseases and diabetes. As a result, there is an increased awareness among the upper and middle class Indians towards proper diet and the inclusion of fitness/exercise in the everyday routine to reverse the risk factors associated with the health. Hence, coupled with the idea to keep the health disorders at bay and also, to enhance ones aesthetic appearance, stemmed from the glamour laden visual entertainment media, there has been an upsurge in the enrolments to the fitness centres. The gymnasiums are no longer seen as the places reserved only for some sweat drenched freaks toiling hard with weights to gain precious muscles, but with several new gyms opening up and the existing ones throwing open their hi-tech zones with add-ons like spinning, sauna and salsa, there has been a tremendous change in how we view the fitness in todays world.

2. About the Study


We conducted a survey in the Gyms of Bangalore to gather the peoples perspective towards fitness, health, workout and the use of Nutritional Supplements. The study took place from June 2010 to Nov 2010 in Bangalore. In depth interviews were conducted with the trainers and customers chosen from a wide spectrum of gyms. The use of a well formatted questionnaire selectively prepared for gym clients and trainers provided a comprehensive picture of a common mans perception towards fitness and health.

3. Aims and Objectives


The aim of the study was to provide a better understanding of the behaviour and attitudes of the gym goers and the fitness trainers of Bangalore by the use of qualitative research methods. Qualitative methods aim to cover the perspectives from a wide spectrum of individuals related to this field. The Objectives were as follows: 1. To determine what factors directly or indirectly influence peoples behaviour and beliefs with regards to fitness/workout. 2. To examine attitudinal difference between the trainers and common gym goers.

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The gyms covered in this survey are classified under three categories based on the annual enrolment fees as: A Class Gym: Annual Fees >Rs 12, 000 B Class Gym: Rs 12,000 >Annual Fees > Rs 7,000 C Class Gym: Annual Fees < Rs 7,000

4. Gender wise Distribution in Gyms


Similar to the other fields which require physical endeavours, the fitness sector also witness a higher presence of males, both in terms of customers and fitness trainers.

Gender wise Enrolment in Gyms


100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% A B C 70 65 95 Females Males 30 35 5

Exhibit 1 A look at the Exhibit 1 gives a clear picture of the distribution of individuals based on gender among the three gym categories. The female preference is mostly towards the A and B Class gyms as compared to C, with majority female participants in the B Class gyms. This can be derived from the fact that B Class gyms provide a better environment to the lady folks both in

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terms of safety and guidance when compared to Cs, and are also not as heavy on the pockets as the As. Also, as large portion of females get enrolled in group activities (like Aerobics or dance, the facilities not available in Cs), so coupled with the above factors, B Class gyms come out as the winners among the fairer sex.

Focusing towards the profession of the gym goers (Exhibit 2), we can see the distributions of males categorised under Working and Students for the three gyms. While As are dominated by the professionals, Cs are the preferred choice among the students. A possible explanation of this trend needs us to focus our attention on the enrolment fee parameter of the gyms. While the Cs, with their low fees are within an easily access of the low income group comprising of students but with an obvious compromise on the equipments and guidance, the As are still seen as the places of workout for well to do individuals. Hence, B gives a middle path options to the individuals who cannot strain enough financially to get an A Class Gym enrolment, but are also not very satisfied by the C.

Profession of the Gym Goers(Males)


100%
10 90% 30 80% 70% 60% 50% 90 40% 70 30% 20% 10% 0% A B C 60 Student(Males) 40

Working(Males)

Exhibit 2.1

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To get a similar analytical view of the female gym goers, we need to expand out categories of survey. In order to have a complete picture of the female enrolment pattern to the gyms, we need to add a new section of non working females, which is the House wives (Exhibit 3). The presence of females in the C class gyms is very negligible, which can be attributed to the factors of behaviour and safety. While the Bs have the highest concentration of the Housewives, As are the favourite choices among the Working women. All the observations residing on the fact that More the spending capacity, the better the facilities you will go for.

Profession of Gym Goers (Females)


100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 A 20 B 75 50 15 30 Housewife(females) Working(females) Student(females)

Exhibit 2.2

As the above study shows, most of the urbane fitness conscious population is with the B class gyms, though the enrolments tread line for the As is also going up, slowly but steadily. So for the big players to increase their market penetration they need to tap this immensely potential middle and lower middle class sections with a huge population base of individuals with increasing private incomes, growing awareness and changing saving behaviours.

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A possible way for the big franchises to conquer the blossoming opportunities could be the introduction of relatively cheaper versions of their existing chains, like aping the successful business model implemented in the case of low cost airlines. With such a growth on the horizon, it will be early to say which category of gym will be a clear winner. Moving ahead and looking on the age wise composition of the gym goers (obtained by a union of gym goers from As and Bs), we find certain similarities among both the genders. The age that is holding the maximum chunk of the pie is between 20 30 years (Exhibit 4 & Exhibit 5).For the males, after peaking to 50% (Exhibit 6), the graph falls sharply thereafter, indicating the presence of fewer individuals comparatively in other age groups, but in case of females the fall is more gradual, suggesting a substantial number of females in those age segments also.

Age group of the Gym Goers (Males)


10% 20% below 20 years 20% 20 30 years 30- 35 years above 35 years

50%

Exhibit 3.1

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Age group of the Gym Goers (Females)

5% 20% below 20 years 20 30 years 40% 30- 35 years above 35 years 35%

Exhibit 3.2

Comparative Age wise distribution (Males & females)


60%

50%
40% 30% 20% 10% 0% below 20 years 20 30 years 30- 35 years above 35 years

Females Males

Exhibit 4 Gym Survey Report - Bangalore 2010 6

5. The Nutritional Supplements


With a massively expanding middle class along with its increasing awareness towards preventive therapies, rising discretionary income and favourable growth environment, the Nutraceutical* sector is propelled on a high growth path with the figures at 21% annually, and the entire nutritional supplement market in India is set to double its current worth by 2013. In the study, we can see the distribution (Exhibit 7) of the use of supplements by the individuals over the three gyms. The study only comprises of male respondents as females using nutritional supplements for recreational purposes are still very low. Though the figures stand nearly the same for Bs and Cs in the use of supplements, there is a significant difference between the brands preferred in both the segments. Though individuals in Bs and As mostly go for American Brands, predominantly Whey Proteins from Optimum Nutrition, Ultimate Nutrition and GNC, those in Cs prefer more of Indigenous brands, like the Couchs Formula and Venkys.

Percentage of individuals using supplements (Males)


40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 20 % of individuals using supplements (Males) 35 30

10%
5% 0% A B C

Exhibit 5

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When asked for the deterrents towards the Supplement use, a majority of them replied that they do not consider the use of supplement a natural way to build body or achieve fitness, and that they want to rely more on the natural diet rather than on some add ons to the diets. Also, among the individuals consuming supplements the impediments were pricing of imported brands and lack of standardization among the Indian brands, due to which most of the Indian brands suffer from low credibility issues. This highly unorganised Nutritional supplements market poses a enormous growth opportunity to the big players in this sector as a large untapped consumer base is still waiting to be unlocked. The Nutritional Supplements Industries should focus on their pricings to capture a large chunk of the fitness minded population of the country. The nutritional brand with an aggressive pricing strategy tied with an equally extensive advertising can immensely improve their growth prospects by securing a large share of supplement consuming population. With the recent approval of the Food Safety and Standards Bill by the Indian parliament the above task will become easier, as this bill will boost quality of Indian functional foods and supplements, increase export opportunities and open the Indian market to the international community. The bill will make it easier for foreign companies to establish partnerships and other trade links with Indian companies, that was not seen till now and increase the sweep of products available to Indian consumers. This will bring wide range of products within the easy reach of the common man by greatly bringing down the product pricing as the import duties could be avoided. So the only thing lying in between the present market scenario and the nutritional supplement market going on a boom is the Presidents approval of the bill.

* Nutraceuticals are dietary supplements which are generally used to fill nutritional deficiencies in food and to prevent diseases. Among the individuals using the supplements, the type of supplement that is preferred the most is Whey Proteins, used for muscle building. Other categories of supplements preferred are fat burners and those for general fitness and endurance. Exhibit 8 presents the gym wise use of various categories of supplements.

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Type of Supplement Preferred


100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 80 90 90 10 5 5 5 5 General fitness and endurance Fat burner Muscle Builder/weight gainer

10

20%
10% 0% A B C

Exhibit 6

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Age Wise use of the supplements


45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% A B C 10 15 15 35

40
35 below 20

20 30 years
30- 35 years 35 above

Exhibit 7.1

The age wise distribution of the supplement gives an idea about the age groups of the individuals that mostly go for the nutritional supplements. As evident, the age group which has the highest consumption of supplements among all the three categories is between 20 and 30 years, which is also the age group containing maximum gym goers. These are the primary focus areas of the Supplement companies that are eying to capture the Indian nutritional market.

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The amounts spend per month by different age groups in the three gym categories are as follows:

Age wise spending on Nutritional Supplements/month/person


Rs. 7,000 Rs. 6,000 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 4,000 Rs. 3,000 Rs. 2,000 Rs. 1,000 Rs. 0 A 0 B 0 0 C 0 0 2000 2000 1500 4000 5000 4000 below 20 20 30 years 30- 35 years 35 above

6500

Exhibit 7.2

While a person in Gym A spends somewhere between Rs 2000 to Rs 6500/month depending on his age, same figures for a Bs is from Rs 2000 to Rs 5000, and the lowest being for an individual from gym C, that stands around Rs 1500/month. Note: These figures are only for individuals who spend amounts on supplements, these in any case do not indicate that all the individuals of these gyms spends this much amount.

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6. The Gym Trend


With around 42 cities currently having a population over 1 million nearly half of which falls under the category of younger population (10 -35) India presents a huge growth opportunity in this sector . India has 765 fitness clubs with total membership of 0.23 millions, as of 2008. But the fitness industry is highly unorganised and under penetrated, with only 0.4% of the individuals having fitness club membership, while the same figure stands around 16% for the USA. This is despite the fact that India has the growing patient of diabetes, cardio vascular ailments and obesity among the city dwellers. While the Indian fitness industry is growing at a massive pace, the organised domestic and foreign players hold a small section of this pie. The market share of the top five clubs in India is 14.4% while the rest still lies with the highly unstructured mom-and-pop gyms.

Increase in the Gym enrolment over the years (2009 -2010)


12% 10% 8% 7 6% 5 4% 2% 0% 0 2008 2010 10 A B C

Exhibit 8 The percentage increase in the gym enrolments can be seen in the Exhibit, the maximum growth is seen in the B class gyms followed by Cs and then As.

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Indian Health and Fitness Industry face a number of hurdles in providing quality services to the customer, like: 1. The industry does not have standards for facilities, trainers qualifications, type of equipments, quality of services etc. 2. No proper Accredited Training Institutes for the gym staffs including the trainers, due to which the industry is facing with a dearth of qualified and trained professionals. 3. As India does not have quality equipment manufacturers most of the high end gyms keep imported training equipments thereby raising the overall financial burden on the members. While the low end gyms are still far away from providing these world class facilities. 4. The soaring rentals/prices in the metro cities make it difficult to find a suitable gym space within the stipulated budget. As location being a very important factor towards the success of a gym, many new gyms suffer from revamping and scaling due to the location issues. 5. The Government support in this direction is minimal; this sector still does not enjoy an industry status in India. Also, we do not have any tax benefits on our fitness centre spending. A lot needs to be addressed by the Government to transform this sector from the current unorganised to a highly structured one leading to a quality service offering. This will range from establishing Institutions/Regulatory bodies for setting standards for the fitness Industry, encouraging a favourable environment for the World class Training Institutes to spring up and looking into the provisions of providing tax rebate on the fitness spending.

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7. The Fitness Trainers


A well qualified trainer is as important for a gym as a pharmacist is for pharmacy; he not only imparts appropriate guidance to the individuals seeking advice but also cares about the proper functioning and maintenance of the gym equipments, thereby reducing the risk of injuries to the clients. However, due to the absence of any regulatory mechanism in place, many facilities either dont have a trainer or he is not qualified enough, thereby exposing the gym goers to various health hazards.

Percentage of certified trainers in the gym


70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% A B C 7 65

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% of certified trainers in the gym:

Exhibit 9 As we can see the percentage of certified trainers is considerably low for C class gyms, even the off the roof expensive A class gyms dont have total score in this. Few organisations certifying the trainers in the country are Reebok, ISSA (international Sport Science Association), ACSM (American Council of Sports Medicine), IFA (International Fitness Association) and ACE, to name a few. Due to the relative toughness of the ACE (American Council of Exercise), there are few trainers who go for this certification. The basic course consists of 80 hours, with 30 hours of theory and the rest practical. The exam basically needs the trainers to demonstrate their knowledge in anatomy and exercise physiology, kinesiology and biomechanics, strength training, nutrition and many more through a pattern of multiple choice questions and real time scenario analysis, which forms the practical

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part of the exam. To earn the certification the trainers need to secure a pass percentage of 70 or above depending on the course and Organisation. Eyeing at the tremendous potential in the Indian Fitness Industry which has a long run before any indications of saturation, the Big Gym players have also started fitness Training Academies to offer fitness courses to their own fitness trainers and also to the outside trainees at a fee, examples are the GGU (Golds Gym University), Talwalkars Academy and K11 Fitness Academy to name a few. On shifting our focus to the number of trainers per gym the same picture of inadequacy is painted again as was with the case of number of certified trainer. While the As have around 6 to 7 trainers during the peak times (mornings and evenings), Bs have 4 and Cs have a mere 2, with the level of qualification even lower.

The Number of trainers in the gym


C

The Number of trainers in the gym: 7

Exhibit 10 Assuming the number of customers to around 30 at the peak timings, the ratio of number of customers to trainers for the different categories of gyms is as follows: Gym Index =

A Class gyms = 5 B Class gyms = 8 C Class gyms = 15

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If a gym is to be considered safe and customer viable, where everyone gets ample trainers attention and gives enough free time to the trainers to maintain a safe and secure working environment ( correcting and helping clients doing workout in an improper or harmful way), the Gym Index should be lower than 8. Unfortunately, most of the Gyms in our country fall well above the safety limit of Gym Index value, thereby creating a hazardous environment for the gym dwellers; this is evident from the growing cases of young individuals reaching to the doctors with Gym related injuries. The Union Government has taken a due notice of the matter and is in the process of devising an oversight mechanism comprising of a certifying authority and a periodic regulatory system for the gyms in the larger interest of the health concerns of the gym goers. The gym industry has a peculiar aspect regarding supplements, due to lack of any kind of advertisement or publicity about the Supplement/brands in the world outside fitness, a usual gym goer relies solely on Trainers guidance regarding the use of supplements. The Trainers viewpoint about the brands varies across the gym types. With the provision of a dietician in the A class gyms, the nutritional analysis and management of the clients is done by him, hence, barring trainers interaction with clients on this matter at least inside the gym premises. But the same is not the case in the Bs and Cs, where the trainers, assuming the role of a dietician also, have a major influence in deciding the use/brands of the supplements. The brands running popular among the trainers in the gym arenas of As and Bs are Ultimate Nutrition/Optimum Nutrition/GNC for Whey protein (Muscle Building), Hydroxy Cut (fat burner), Amino Acids/Glutamine from BodyFuelz and Optimum Nutrition. While again with the inadequate financial strength among the C class customers, the choices of the trainers are also in accordance to that, comprising of mostly home grown brands. So for Nutritional supplement companies to take the advantage of Point of Sale, they should not only focus on developing an effective distributors network, but also lay emphasis on making their brands popular among the trainers, who will act as bridge between the distributors and the end consumer. To garner the interest of the trainers the firms can provide certain incentives with the sale of their products; this may initially put some burden on the firm but will eventually pay rich dividends when the brand becomes popular among the trainers, and thereby riding on the successful wave of Viral Marketing. The annual pay package of the fitness trainers on an average is not very lucrative. As few people in India have an understanding of the profession it is not considered a serious vocation. But this scenario is now undergoing a change with the increase in demand of well qualified individuals for big fitness centres owing to the upsurge in the awareness of the common man towards fitness. While the Trainers pay check fall between 1.2 to 2.4 lakhs per annum (in As and some of Bs), they usually supplement their income by taking personal Training sessions. Fitness expert working with the high profile customers including the entertainment or corporate clientele are earning attractively with pay based on the number of sessions and duration.

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The survey revealed the distribution of the trainers among the three gyms based on their ages/experiences in this field (Exhibit 14). Not very hard to guess, Bs and Cs are dominated by young trainers (with lower experiences) while As have a relatively older population of trainers (with relatively higher experiences). The above observation is in line with the fact that an increase in experience brings improved avenues. The presence of females in this segment is very low; with less than five percent of trainers as females this is still considered a males job.

Age group of the Trainers


100% 90% 15 10 20 25 35 above 30- 35 years 20 30 years 90 60 70 below 20 10

80%
70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% A

Exhibit 11

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8. Interesting information gathered from the survey in a Nut shell


Peak Timings in the gyms are mornings and evenings, with evenings being a little more crowded than mornings. While mornings witness a higher presence of females, evenings are the favourites among the males. So if you are targeting female segment try to hit the gyms during the earlier half of the day. The gym goers unanimously voted to the fact that they dont like to work out during the weekends. This is also evident from a very low turnout of customers to gyms during weekends. The popular pattern of the frequency and duration of workout is 5 days/week and 45mins to 1 hour. While aerobics are favourite gym activity among the females, males mostly go for weight training. The gym goers indulgences in other physical activities (like sports/recreational activity such as camping/trekking) are minimal, with the exception of routine walks. The percentage of able bodied individuals is highest in Cs, an interesting finding. Gym trainer along with the usual guidance also give personal training sessions, the numbers of personal clients the trainers cater to in A, B and C are 15, 10-12 and 2-4 respectively. The behaviour/ etiquette of the trainers is good among all the three gyms with trainers among Bs a little better, another interesting revelation.

9. Estimates of Sampling Errors:


As in the case of any sample survey, estimates from this study, as presented in the report, also suffer from two major sources of errors: non sampling and sampling errors. Non sampling errors arise basically from the procedural mistakes made during data collection and processing. This may include the inability to interview the correct individual, misunderstanding of questions on the part of either the interviewer or the respondent, and data entry errors. In order to minimize the non sampling errors a number of required precautions were taken during the implementation of the study. However, we acknowledge that despite these efforts, the non-sampling errors are impossible to avoid. Sampling error, as the name suggest, arise due to the variation in the data obtained from different samples selected for the study. The samples of respondents selected for this study were from a spectrum of individuals related to this field. All possible measures are been taken to curtail these errors.

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10. References
Usha Ram, Shireen J.Jejeebhoy,"Youth in India:Situation and Needs 2006- 2007".New Delhi: Population Council. Gurmeen Kaur, Dr Jamshed Subbah, Exercise Science Awareness Among the Trainers in North Delhi, India, The Journal of Young Investigators, Volume 19, Issue 23, May 2010. Netscribes (India) Pvt. Ltd, "Nutraceutical market - India Report", July 2010. Population Reference Bureau, "The Future Population of India, A Long-range Demographic View", August 2007. Mckinsey Global Institute (MGI), "India's urban awakening: Building inclusive cities, sustaining economic growth", April 2010.

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Exhibits: Exhibit 1 Exhibit 2.1 Exhibit 2.2 Exhibit 3.1 Exhibit 3.2 Exhibit 4 Exhibit 5 Exhibit 6 Exhibit 7.1 Exhibit 7.2 Exhibit 8 Exhibit 9 Exhibit 10 Exhibit 11

Page No Gender wise Enrolment in Gyms....................................................2 Professions of the Gym Goers (Males).........................................3 Professions of the Gym Goers (Females)....................................4 Age group of the Gym Goers (Males)............................................5 Age group of the Gym Goers (Females).......................................5 Comparative Age wise distribution (Males & females)........6 Percentage of individuals using supplements (Males).........7 Type of Supplement Preferred.........................................................8 Age wise use of the supplements.....................................................8 Age wise spending on Nutritional Supplements/month/person.............................................................9 Increase in Gym enrolment over the years (2009 -2010)..10 Percentage of certified trainers in gyms.....................................11 The Number of trainers in gyms.....................................................12 Age group of Trainers..........................................................................14

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Appendix 1: Institutes Providing Fitness Certifications In India

1. SPORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA Sports Authority of India, J.N. Stadium Complex (East Gate), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110 003. 011 2436 2776 2. INSTITUTE FOR SPORTS ANDFITNESS DEVELOPMENT C 10, Sanwal Nagar, Near Sadiq Nagar, New Delhi 110049, India 3. INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS SCIENCES (IGIPESS) (Faculty of Inter-Disciplinary & Applied Sciences, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI) B-Block, Vikaspuri New Delhi Delhi Phone-No: 011-25593497 Fax: 011-25549003 4. GOLD GYM UNIVERSITY Phone: 800-491-4372 Phone: 702-369-4260 Fax: 702-369-4270

Fax: 91-22-22410097 Email:info@bfysportsnfitness.com 6. LAKSHMIBAI NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Kariavattom Post Trivandrum 695581 Kerala 7. SAI, NETAJI SUBHAS NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SPORTS Patiala - 147 001 8. SAI, NS EASTERN CENTRE Salt Lake City, Sector - III, Kolkata - 700 091 West Bengal 9. SAI, NS SOUTH CENTRE University Campus, Bangalore - 560 056 Karnataka 10. ARSHA YOGA VIDYA PEETAM TRUST ( A unit of the Arya Vaidya Pharmacy(CBE) Ltd.,) 17, East Venkatasamy Road, R.S.Puram , Coimbatore - 641002 , Phone : 04225370007 11. HVPM, Amravati - (Affiliated To Amravati University) 12. GFFI FITNESS ACADEMY 35, North West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh Club Road, Punjabi Bagh (west), Opp. Vishal Mega Mart, New Delhi

5. BFY SPORTS AND FITNESS 207, Kalbadevi Road, 1st Floor, Mumbai 400002, India. Tel: 91-22-22413636 / 22408320

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110026, Contact: 9811309667, 9250173025 13. TALWALKARS FITNESS ACADEMEY 801 - 813 Mahalaxmi Chambers 22 Bhulabhai Desai Road Mumbai 400026 India Tel: +91 22 6612 6300 Fax: +91 22 6612 6363 14. FITNESS SOLUTION E 193,Greater Kailash -II New Delhi INDIA 110048 +91-9810530027

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These are the Universities that impart sports education for coaches at the undergraduate and postgraduate level i.e. Bachelors in Physical Education (B.PEd) and Masters in Physical Education (MPEd). 1. AKAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIAL EDUCATION Punjab 2. ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY Tamil Nadu 3. ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tamil Nadu 4. ANJUMAN EDUCATION TRUST Gujarat 5. ARISTOTLE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 6. ARYA KANYA SHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA Gujarat 7. ATTILAKKAMMA VIDHYA SAMITHI S MUNESWARA SWAMY TTI Karnataka 8. BABU ANANT RAM JANTA COLLEGE Haryana 9. BAPUJI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 10. BEYNONSMITH TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTE
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Karnataka 11. BHAGVAN MAHAVEER COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Gujarat

12. BHAGWAN MAHAVIR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION PH EDUCATION Haryana 13. BLDEAS S S COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 14. BVV SANGHAS BASAVESHWARA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN Karnataka 15. C.S. JAIN TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTE Tamil Nadu 16. CENTENARY COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 17. COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION C P ED Gujarat

18. DARSH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana


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19. DEFENCE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana

Chhattisgarh 28. GREEN VALLEY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 29. H.V.P. MANDAL'S DEGREE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDU Maharashtra 30. HERITAGE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Haryana 31. I.P. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 32. I.P.S. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY Haryana 33. JAGDEEP EDUCATION TRUST Gujarat 34. JAI JYOTHI EDN SOCIETYS COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN Karnataka 35. JAN KALYAN CHARITABLE TRUST Gujarat

20. DEGREE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 21. DR. ANBU PAUL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tamil Nadu 22. DR. B G PATIL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 23. DR. S RADHAKRISHNA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 24. DR. SUBHASH COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 25. GOOD SAMARTAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tamil Nadu 26. GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Kerala

36. JAY SITARAM KELVANI MANDAL CPED COLLEGE 27. GOVERNMENT WOMEN PHYSICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE
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37. JEYASURIYA TEACHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGE Tamil Nadu 38. JSS TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR MEN Karnataka 39. K.M.A.S. COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka

46. M.K. ANANTHARAJ COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 47. M.K. PATEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE Gujarat

48. MAHARANA PRATAP COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana

40. KARNATAKA PEOPLE EDUCATION SOCIETY'S C P ED COLLEGE Karnataka 41. KRANTIVEERA SANGOLI RAYANNA COLLEGE OF PHY EDN Karnataka 42. L.V.R. NAIDU COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tamil Nadu 43. LNT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 44. LORD SHIVA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 45. LOVELY INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Punjab

49. MAHASATEE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 50. MAHATMA GANDHI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 51. MALNAD COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 52. MALWA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Punjab 53. MUKHI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 54. NACHIYARAMMAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tamil Nadu

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55. NOORUNNISSA C P ED COLLEGE Karnataka 56. P.M. COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION & YOGA TIGIRIA Orissa 57. P.S. MUTHU PHYSIAL EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING Tamil Nadu 58. PRASANNAMANI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN & YOGA Orissa 59. PROF GURSEWAK SINGH GOVT COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN Punjab

64. S.V.V. SANGHAS COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 65. SANJAY COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 66. SANSKRITI INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES Uttar Pradesh 67. SANT JAI RAM DASS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana 68. SARASWATI C P ED COLLEGE Gujarat 69. SARASWATI PHYSICAL COLLEGE

60. RAMAKRISHNAN CHANDRA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN Tamil Nadu 61. S.G.K.V.B. COLLGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 62. S.K.R. COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Punjab 63. S.R.M. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana

Haryana 70. SATCHIKITSA PRASARAK MANDAL Maharashtra 71. SHAH SATNAM JI BOYS COLLEGE Haryana

72. SHAH SATNAM JI GIRLS COLLEGE Haryana 73. SHARIRIK SHIKSHAN MAHAVIDHYALAYA Gujarat

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74. SHETH C N VYAYAM VIDYA BHAWAN Gujarat 75. SHREE AMARDEEP CPED COLLEGE SHREE AMARDEEP EDUCATION Gujarat 76. SHREE JALARAM EDUCATION TRUST Gujarat 77. SHREE SATSANGI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATIONAL CPE Gujarat 78. SHREE SWAMINARAYAN C P ED COLLEGE Gujarat 79. SHREE SWAMINARAYAN GURUKUL KANSA Gujarat 80. SHREE T S PATEL CPED COLLEGE Gujarat

83. SHRI C P VYAYAM MAHAVIDAYALYA Gujarat

84. SHRI G B PATEL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 85. SHRI KRISHNA SPORTS COLLEGE Haryana 86. SHRI SWAMINARAYAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 87. SHRI UMIYA PHYSICAL EDUCATION DABHA TA BAYAD Gujarat 88. SMT. MANEKABA VYAYAM VIDYABHAWAN Gujarat 89. SMT. R. S. PATEL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat

81. SHREEJI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 82. SHRI B SHAMSUNDER MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL ED Karnataka

90. SMT. Z S PATEL COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 91. SREE MAHESWARA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka

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92. SRI GAVIRANGANATHA SWAMY COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDN Karnataka 93. SRI ADICHUNCHANGIRI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Karnataka 94. SRI B V N COLLEGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 95. SRI DIVYA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka

100. SRI R S MALWAD COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 101. SRI RAMACHANDRA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 102. SRI SADGURU KABEERANANDA COLLEGE OF PHY EDN Karnataka 103. ST. ANTHONYS COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 104. SUVARNAMUKHI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 105. SUVIDHA EDUCATION TRUST SUVIDHA VYAYAM MAHAVIDYALAYA Gujarat 106. SWAMI VIVEKANAND COLLEGE OF PHYSCIAL EDUCATION Gujarat 107. SWASTIK COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 108. TAGORE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Haryana

96. SRI K G NADGIR COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 97. SRI K VENKATAPATHEPPA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 98. SRI PADMARAJA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 99. SRI PRABHURAJENDRA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka

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109. TARUR COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 110. THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gujarat 111. TMAE SOCIETYS TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTE Karnataka 112. TUNGABHADRA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 113. V.K. VORA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Gujarat 114. VIBHAS TRUST URVASHI DEVI NIKETAN

Gujarat 115. VIDYARANYA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka 116. VINAYAKA MISSIONS UNIVERSITY, SALEM Tamil Nadu 117. VISHNU C P ED COLLEGE Karnataka 118. VIVEKANANDA RURAL EDUCATION TRUST COLL FO PHY EDN Karnataka 119. YADUVANSHI INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Haryana

120. YMCA COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karnataka

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Appendix 2: Fitness Equipment Manufacturers in India

1. COSCO (INDIA) LIMITED 2/8 ROOP NAGAR, DELHI - 110 007 (INDIA) Tel : + 91-11-23843000, 23844000, 23845000 Fax : + 91-11-23846000 E-mail : mail@cosco.in 2. JERAI FITNESS PVT. LTD. #2A, Suyog Apt., New Link Road, Near Link View Hotel, Borivali (W), Mumbai - 91. Maharashtra, INDIA. Tel.: 91 22 28337737 / 91 22 28337738 Cell.: 91 9322626565 / 91 98200 27746 E-mail: jeraifitness@hotmail.com 3. PERFECT FITNESS TECHNOLOGY PVT. LTD. Mr. Ramdas Iyer A3/43 Mira Road East, 401 107, India, Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone No. : 91-02241569442/41569448/27616908 Mobile: +91-09322596430 /9820135072 Fax : 91-22-8105678 4. RISHI INDUSTRIES Mr. Bhawnesh Jangid A 60, Pratap Nagar. Jodhpur, Rajasthan-342004 India Phone : +91-291-2762778
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Fax : +91-291-2762778 E-mail : info@rishifitness.com Alternate Email-Id : rishiindustries@gmail.com Mobile : 91-9829029697 Web Site : http://www.rishiindustries.com 5. MONA LISA HEALTH CARE Mr Mr. Harmeet Singh 173-l, Model Town, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana, India Phone No. :91-01732-231990 Mobile: +91-9416031990, Fax : 91-1732-221596 6. SHREE RADHAVALLABH SPORTS & FITNESS P.K.Gupta 353/5, Phool Bagh Colony, Meerut -250001 (U.P.) INDIA Mobile : (+91) -09837376288 email: contact@srvsports.com 7. NEW SEARS INDIA Opp. Hotel Rajmahal, A.T.Road, Paltan Bazar, Guwahati - 781 001 Phone Number: + 91 361 2732475 Mobile Number: + 91 98640 61569 + 91 94350 41428 Mail at: motinmomin@newsearsindia.com motinmomin@hotmail.com
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8. CREATIVE FITNESS Blue Heaven TPS IV Ist Road Bandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 9. DEE ESS SPORTS M. S. Nandra EG-1-9, Link Nagar, Ladowali Road, Jalandhar, Punjab, India 10. STEVE'S GYM #23, Wheelers Road, Cox Town, Bangalore - 560 005. India. Phone: 080- 25486099, 25353323 / +919844033487 11. SUMMIT FITNESS EQUIPMENT A-24, H-Block, M.I.D.C Phone : +91-20-65104775/30682784/ 3068 Mobile : +91-9158438660 E-mail: mailnet.co@gmail.com 12. NEE DEE LEE EENTERPRISES Mr. Neelesh Jain 503, Citi Corner No II, Sector 29, Plot 53, Sector 29, Mumbai, Vashi Maharashtra India Pin Code : 400703

Phone : +91-22-27660971,+919323260971 Fax : +91-22-27656672 Web Site: http://www.needeelee.in 13. AN MAIZO WORLDWIDE 1, Hardaspur Road, Sapror Chowk, Jalandhar Phagwara Highway, Post: Nangal Majha Phagwara, Punjab 144403 India Tel: +(91)-(181)-2651168 Fax: +(91)-(181)-2483124 14. CRIMSON INTERNATIONAL Mr. Kuldip Raj Mahajan C-90, Sports and Surgical Complex Jalandhar, Punjab - 144 001 (India) Phone : +(91)-(181)-2651020 Mobile : +(91)9915039372/9357218828 15. PERFECT FITNESS TECNOLOGY PVT. LTD. Mr. Ramdas Iyer Electronic Sadan No. 1, Unit No. B-51, MIDC, TTC, Mahape Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400 710, India E-mail: sushant@perfectfitness.co.in Telephone:+(91)-(22)-41569442/ 41569448/ 27617459 Mobile: +(91)-9820135072/ 9833435072 Fax:+(91)-(22)-41569458/ 27617458

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16. ASIAN SPORTS & ENTERPRISE (INDIA) Sudesh kapoor Mobile :09312278260, 09311178260 Rampal Kapoor Mobile :09310745183 34,Market Block, II nd Floor, Nehru Nagar, New Delhi-110065 17. FIGURE CONTROL EQUIPMENT Mr. Dhananjay Ghodke S.No: 50/19 B/ 6 B, Narhe Industrial Area. Narhe Pune - 411041 Maharashtra India Phone: +91-20-24390960 Fax: +91-20-24221832 Mobile Phone:+91-9970363344 Web Site: http://www.cardiogymfitness.in 18. SPAVY FITNESS P1/5, Sai Palace, Near Chandani Chowk, Paud Road, Kothrud Pune 411029 INDIA Phone / Fax: +91-20-25285212, 25285306. E-mail: contact@spavyfitness.com 19. POWER INDIA

Mr. Shailendra Trivedi K.P. Road, Lalla Babu Crossing, Bulandshahar - 203001, Uttar Pradesh, India Phone:91-5732-280374 Mobile:+919897064436 Fax:91-5732-282257 20. JANGIND ENTERPRISES Mr. Parveen Kumar Sharma Mobile:+919810888940, +919313480242 B-70/C, Phase-1, Maya Puri, Industrial Area, New Delhi - 110064, India Phone:91-11-28116387/64516812 Fax:91-11-41759169 21. SAI WORKS Mr. Arun Kevadia Opp. Lalji Pada Police Chowki, New Link Road, Gandhi Nagar, Lalji Pada, Kandivali (W), Mumbai - 400067, Maharashtra, India Mobile:+919821232313, +919821292919 22. TARA SPA SYSTEM Mr. Sunil Kumar Hastir 16-C Wariana Industrial Complex, Complex Road,Jalandhar - 144002, Punjab, India Phone:91-181-2202988/2650998 Fax:91-181-2650998/2650998 Mobile:+919814014943
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23. GYMPAC FITNESS PRODUCTS Gympac Fitness Systems Pvt Ltd Place page No 601, 6th Floor, Barton Centre Mg Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001 080 25583639

info@bhaseensports.in bhaseenspo@yahoo.co.in

24. SAHNI SPORTS Mr. Puneet Sahni (Managing Director) Mr. Vineet Sahni (Chief Executive Sales) 632/2 Jagriti Vihar, Meerut-250 004 (U.P.) (India) Phone : +91-121-4003164, 2603708 Fax : +(91)-(121)-4006149 Mobile (Direct): +(91)9997533201/9897204504 25. DADA SPORTS Pawar Indl.Estate Cherai, Thane (w) Maharashtra 400601 ph: 022-25340084 alt: 9821160749 pawardadasports@yahoo.in 26. BHASEEN SPORTS Mr. Navneet Bhaseen Mr. Zubin Bhaseenzubin@bhaseensports.in Bhaseen Sports Pvt. Ltd. 34 Basti Nau Jalandhar Punjab, India Phone: 0091-1815095293,5010241,5014910
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Appendix 3: Major Fitness Equipments Brands In India (Imported)

1. AFTON HEALTH AND FITNESS


Shagun Health Products Pvt. Ltd 55 Montieth Road, (Embassy Towers Basement) Egmore, Chennai-600008 . INDIA. TELEPHONE: +91 44 2855 3881, 2855 4951, 2855 5191 FAX : +91 44 4214 6066 aftoninfo@gmail.com

India TEL (91) 11 41639400/1/2/3 FAX (+91) 11 29210268 sales@cardiofitness.com http://www.cardiofitness.com

5. PROBODYLINE FITNESS Industrial Traders, Ahmedabad Mr. Hemal Hasmukhbhai Parikh No. A/4, Mahalaxmi Centre, Opposite Raam Baag Maninagar Post Office, Jagabhai Park, Raambaag, Maninagar Ahmedabad, Gujarat - 380 028, India Telephone:+(91)-(79)-65136303 Mobile :+(91)-9879675977 Email: hemalshop@yahoo.com

2. STEX FITNESS EQUIPMENTS Shagun Health Products Pvt. Ltd 55 Montieth Road, (Embassy Towers Basement) Egmore, Chennai-600008 . INDIA. TELEPHONE: +91 44 2855 3881, 2855 4951, 2855 5191 FAX : +91 44 4214 6066 3. AEROFIT EQUIPMENTS Mr Bhanu Prakash :9849071401, 040-27890833 ,040-27893360 Mr R.P.S. Yadav :9440861697, 040-27811521, 040-66383013 sachdevfitness@gmail.com 4. LIFEFITNESS EQUIPMENTS Cardio Fitness (India) Private Limited E 218, Greater Kailash II New Delhi 110 048
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6. SHARP FIT FITNESS EQUIPMENTS Rama Health Care Ltd., 37/1373-A, Plamoottil Building, Kumaranasan Jn., Kaloor, Cochin, Ernakulam India Phone: 0484 - 3206 7464 Mobile: 93498 11818 7. BODY SOLID FITNESS Acme Fitness Pvt. Ltd. No. 1, Ambalavanan Street,

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100 ft Road, Arumbakkam, Chennai-600 106. Phone : +91-44-2475 3272/4934, Fax : +91-44-2475 5292 E-mail : sales@acmefitness.com 8. REEBOK FITNESS ACCESSORIES Lodhi Sports 7, Main Market Lodhi Colony (Near PNB) New Delhi 110003 Ph: 011-24647605 011-24647606 011-24647607 9. POWER PLATE Afton 28, Castle Street, Ground Floor, Ashoknagar Bangalore 9880212366 / 080-2206762 Lodhi Sports 7, Main Market,

Lodhi Colony, Near Punjab National Bank New Delhi -987340894 10. CYBEX/BODY STRONG FITNESS/ KEISER/OCTANE FITNESS Fitline 308/9, Shahzada Bagh, Old Rohtak Road Delhi (INDIA) Email: sales@fitlineindia.com Website: www.fitlineindia.com 11. KAESUN FITNESS Dynamic Fitness 702, 7th Floor, GD ITL Tower, B - 08, Netaji Subhash Place, New Delhi - 110034 E - Mail: info@dynamicfitness.in

12. PRECOR & HUR FITNESS Gympac Fitness Systems Pvt Ltd Place page No 601, 6th Floor, Barton Centre Mg Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001 080 25583639

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Appendix 4: Nutritional Supplement Manufacturers in India


1. BIO BODYFUELZ LTD No. 72, Marshalls Road, Egmore Chennai Tamil Nadu 600 008 INDIA E-mail: pmt@bodyfuelz.com Telephone:+ (91)-(44)-42014141 http://www.bodyfuelz.com 2. ALNA BIOTECH PRIVATE LIMITED Mr. Jagjit Singh SCF-320, 2nd Floor, M. Market, Manimajra Chandigarh - 134 109, India Email: jagjitalna@gmail.com, info@alnabiotech.com Telephone: +(91)-(172)-5067396/ 5067397/ 5067397 Mobile: + (91)-9216022110/ 9216504338 Fax: + (91)-(172)-5078620 3. AMVIT PHARMACEUTICALS G-1/1155, Mansarover Park, Shahdara, Delhi - 110032, Delhi, India Phone: 91-11-22574094 Mobile: +919212716305 4. VEE REMEDIES 8. SPORTS NUTRITION TECHNOLOGY Mr. Vinay Gupta 1254, Sector 8-C
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Chandigarh - 160 018, India Email: veeremedies@gmail.com Mobile: + (91)-9814020377/ 9855150377 5. CINEREA BIOTECH PVT. LTD. Mr. Sumesh Kumar sharma SCF-271, First Floor, Motor Market, Manimajra Chandigarh India + (91)-9779106140 cinereabiotech@gmail.com info@cinerea.in 6. VENKY'S SPORTS NUTRITION Baner Road, Pune 411045 Tel: 020 27291837, 27292456 Email: sportsnutrition@venkys.com 7. NUTRAMEN HEALTHCARE PVT. LTD. Health Care Centres Phone Number : 9811229349, 9811229349, 9811229349 B-27, Mahipalpur,ND-37 Mahipalpur Delhi 110037

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Tamilnadu, India Tel.: 044 22242579

Chennai-600061, 9. PARRY ENTERPRISE INDIA LTD Mr.R.N.Swamy, GM-Sales, Tel: 44 25306400 Fax: 44 25342378 Dare House, # 2, NSC Bose Road, Chennai - 600 001. Tamil Nadu. gmdsales@parry.murugappa.com 11. US HEALTH PRODUCTS Mr. Rajiv Vats 84-H, Ist Floor, Lane No - 3 Krishna Nagar,Safdarjung Enclave New Delhi- 110029 + 91 9810460960 customerservice@ushealthproduct.com

10. COACH'S FORMULA Sabnam House, Plot No. A-15/16, CentralCross Rd-B, MIDC Andheri (East), Mumbai 400093,India, Phone no : +91 22 66988301/42359300 Fax no : +91 22 66988330

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Appendix 5: International Nutritional Supplements Brands in India (Imported)

1. OPTIMUM NUTRITION/BSN/LABRADA Neulife HEAD OFFICE: B-20, Shriram Estate, Near Wadala Tel Exchange, Wadala, Mumbai - 400031 +91 22 40732222 Fax: +91 22 24110121 2. ULTIMATE NUTRITION Paradise Nutrition Inc. 24, Nagdevi Cross Lane, 4th Floor, Mumbai 400 003 +91-22-2344 6145 +91-22-6633 6337 +91-22-2345 9350 3. GNC Guardian Lifecare Private Limited Guardian House, Plot No. 55, Sector - 37 Udyog Vihar Phase VI Gurgoan--122001 +91-124-4064061/62 Fax: +91-124-4064063 info@guardianlifecare.com 4. SCI-MX Prana Wellness
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B-204 Krishna Kunj Tambe Nagar Mulund West Maharashtra 400080 INDIA info@pranawellness.co.in +91 9860692159 +91 9833720381 5. NUTREX MD Impex Moararji Velji Bld, Kolbhat Lane Kalbhadevi Rd, Mumbai, 400002 India Mobile: +91 9833141212, +91 9819045707 6. GASPARI NUTRITION Perfect Body 5, Parag Building, J P Road, Versova, Andheri W Mumbai - 400 061 India +91-22-26367788 +91-22-26368899 +91-22-26398962 Fax No.:022 26367519 contact@perfectbody.in 7. THE ISOPURE PRODUCTS/ INTERACTIVE NUTRITION/
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PRECISION SPORTS SUPPLEMENTS/ MUSCLE PHARM Unlimited Nutrition 58 / B, Reshamwala Building, 2nd Floor Office Number - 6, Mohamad Ali road, Mumbai - 400003.

+91 22 40100770 / +91 22 23424079 Fax No: +91 22 40100774 8. SAN NUTRITION/CYTOSPORT Proactive 101, Prestige Court, KH Road Bangalore 560 027 Ph: +91 80 2211 2256 +91 990020 20343

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Appendix 6: Major Gyms/Fitness Chains in India


1. GOLDS GYM
Garden View, J Mehta Marg, Nepeansea Road, Mumbai - 400 006, INDIA Tel.:+91-22-23694654 / 23694677 http://www.goldsgymindia.com/

5. SNAP FITNESS #3293, 1st Floor, 12th Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore, KA 560008 080-25200488
http://www.snapfitness.com/

2. TALWALKARS 801 - 813 Mahalaxmi Chambers 22 Bhulabhai Desai Road Mumbai 400026 India Tel: +91 22 6612 6300 Fax: +91 22 6612 6363
http://www.talwalkars.net/

6. SYKZ FITNESS 201-214 Samartha Vaibhav, off New Link Road., Oshiwara, Andheri (W), Mumbai 53 022 - 6692 3233 / 3334 / 9830
http://www.sykzfitness.com/

7. FITNESSFIRST 5th Floor, N.H 8, Ambience Mall, DLF City Phase III Gurgaon, Haryana 122002 09818014237 0124-432 5900
http://www.fitnessfirst.com/

3. LEENA MOGRE FITNESS Gopi Tank Road, Khot Gali, Shivaji Park Bombay, Maharashtra 400016 022 24449926 4. FITNESS ONE No.31/a, Mandapam road, (Opp ESI dispensary), Kilpauk garden road, Chennai - 600 010. Phone: 044 - 2647 6222 044 - 2647 4222 044 - 2644 7422 Fax: 044 - 2647 6999
http://www.fitnessone.in/

8. BARBARIAN POWER GYM BARBARIAN POWER GYM PVT. LTD., 203/ 204 B NEBULA, 4TH CROSS ROAD, Andheri (W) Mumbai 400053. India. 0091-22-40169509 http://www.barbarianpowergym.com

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9. OZONE CLUBS D-27, Defence Colony, New Delhi. Tel. : 41550130-50 http://www.ozoneclubs.com/

10. VIBES D-5,Hauz Khas , New Delhi-16 Tel :011-26536606/12, 41656607 http://www.vibes.co.in/

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Appendix 7: Major Gyms in the Cities


DELHI/NCR 1. Body Studio Gym #5/18 Ground Floor Patel Nagar Delhi -110008 2. THE PERFECT FITNESS T-34, 3rd Floor, Manish Global Mall, Plot No 2, Sector 22, LSC Dwarka, New Delhi, 110075 Phone:+91-11-45142489, +91-11-45142490 3. TECHNO FITNESS A4, Tamoor Nagar, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, 110065 Phone: +91-11-26932577 +91-9717774999 4. THE GYM 1, Kohat Enclave, Pitampura, New Delhi, 110034 Phone: +91-11-42451115 +91-9811111128 5. RASHTRIYA SWABHIMAN KHEL PARISAR Sports Complex, Pitampura, Near To Tv Tower, New Delhi, 110088 Phone: +91-11-27326147, +91-11-27326260 6. MARS FITNESS ERA F-3/8, Krishna Nagar, New Delhi, 110051 Phone: +91-11-22002070 +91-9811208301

7. ROCK GYM Dwarka, New Delhi, 110075 Phone: +91-9910300136

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BANGALORE 1. BEN BODY STUDIO No. 2012 Shreyas Plaza, 100 Ft Road, Indira Nagar, Banglore - 560038. Ph: 08042689000-99 Mobile: 9900579810 2. ASPIRATIONS 100 Feet Main Road, Indira Nagar, Bangalore, 560038 Phone:+91-80-41523456, 3. VENUS FITNESS CENTRE 298, 8th Main, 5th Cross, Padmanabha Nagar, Bangalore, 560070 Phone: +91-9886772650 4. CHISEL CENTRE 36, NR Chambers, Richmond Road, Bangalore 560 025 India Phone: +91 0 5567488/ 489 5. FITNESS WORLD GYM No. 5, Above Srinidhi Upchar, Ombr Layout, Banaswadi, Bangalore, 560043 Phone:+91-80-42109049 6. BODY KRAFT 1317, 9th Cross, Bhikshu Towers, (Near Pai Comfort Hotel), J P Nagar 2nd Phase, Bangalore, 560078 Phone:+91-80-26588562 7. MUSCLE TRIBES GYM 775, Lissa Arcade, 16th Main Road, BTM Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore, 560076 8. POWER HOUSE GYM No.1638, Cellar, 80ft Road, SBM Colony, Banashankari 1st Stage, Bangalore, 560050 Phone:+91-80-26606060 9. BODY AND SOUL Shop No. S1/S2, Spice Garden Compound, Airport Main Road, Marathalli, Bengaluru Phone: 080 41680092

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MUMBAI 1. MICKY MEHTAS 360 GYM 804/A, Ghamat Lodge, Dr. Ambedkar Road, Dadar T.T., Mumbai, 400014 Phone: +91-22-65542388, +91-22-65542389 2. EVOLVE Meera apartment, Gr. Floor, TPS III Scheme, Borivali (W). Mumbai - 400 092 Tel No.-28333680 / 783 3. FITNESS TRENDS Nos. 43-48, 1st floor, MHADA Commerical Complex, New Link Road, Oshiwara, Andheri (W), Mumbai - 400 102. Tel : 022 - 2635 0068 / 2639 5091 Fax : 022 - 2635 0068 / 2639 5091 4. BOMBAY GYMKHANA MG Road, Fort, Mumbai 400 001. INDIA Tel : (+91-22) 2207 0760-63-66-68 / 2207 0311-12-13-14 Fax :- 2207 0431 / 22071401 5. BODYWORKS WEIGHT MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS C/305 Shiv Ashish 66 S.V Road Andheri(west) Mumbai, Maharashtra 400 058 India Tel: +91 22 2624 2978 6. MERCURY THE GYM AND FITNESS CENTER S V Road, Mumbai, 400062 Phone: +91-22-56082056 7. KNIGHT GYM Soham Bungalow No 19, JVPD Scheme, Juhu, Mumbai, 400049 Phone: +91-22-26280335, +91-22-30915745

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CHENNAI 1. O2 HEALTH STUDIO 17/10, Shyam Garden, Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai-600006, India. Tel : 91-44-42323231, 28332121 2. ABINAYA GYM AND HEALTH CENTRE 84a, Arcent Road, Vadapalani, Chennai- 600026 3. RAY'S FIT STOP 87/67, 1st Floor, Avvai Shanmugam Salai, Royepettah, Chennai-14 Ph: +9144 43238182 +9144 28473132 Mobile: +91 98849 50986 4. BODY FIT A-8, Round Tana, 2nd Avenue, Anna Nagar, Chennai, 600040 Tel: +91-44-26207056, +91-44-26207388 5. B FIT GYM TRIPLICANE No 108 & 109, 2nd Floor, Hameedia Shopping Mahal, Triplicane High Road, Triplicane, Chennai, 600005 Tel:+91-44-42663307 +91-9841707251 6. THE GYM The Park, 601, Anna Salai, Chennai, 600006 Phone: +91-44-42144000, +91-44-42144100 7. FEATHERS FITNESS FOR WOMEN No 11/45, Konnur High Road Ayanavaram, Chennai - 600 023 Contact: +91-44-26748858, +91-9677182064

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KOLKATA 1. PHYSIOMAX Saltee plaza, AN block, Ground floor, Saltlake, Sector v, Kolkata 700102. Tel: 033-65367696/ 9051358213/ 9830093459 2. GYM KHANA P 91/1, Cit Road, Entally, Kolkata, 700014 Tel: +91-33-22460251 3. BODYLINE GYM New Alipore, Kolkata, West Bengal Tel: 033 2478 2750 4. REVA PURIS FITNESS CENTRE AND HEALTH CLUB No 18, Dover Road, Behind St Lawrence High School, Ballygunge, Kolkata, 700019 Tel: +91-33-24746794 5. INSPIRATION No 21/1A/3,
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1st Floor, Darga Road, Near Jindal Tower, Park Circus, Kolkata, 700017 Tel: +91-33-40141700, +91-33-40141702, 6. PAULS GYM 157A, Arabindra Sarani, Shovabazar, Kolkata, 700006 Phone: 91-9831163746 7. ADDLIFE FITNESS AND SPA PVT LTD 5th Floor, Block-A, No 22 Camac Street, Kolkata, 700016 Phone: +91-33-40013701, +91-33-40013702 8. SPORTZ FITNESS CENTRE 3rd Floor, 8A Diamond Harbour Road, Thakurpukur, Kolkata, 700063 Phone: 91-33-64505269/+91-9830136062

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