The International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) announced today the release of IHRSA 2007 Profiles of Success: The Annual Industry Data Survey of the Health and Fitness Club Industry. The report provides detailed information about health and sports club operations including data for club revenues, expenses, pricing, equipment purchasing and more.
The findings from this years report show intriguing aspects of growth and change in the health club industry, said Joe Moore, IHRSAs President and CEO. The membership demographics have transitioned into an increasing number of members over the age of 55; at the same time, they are representing a great percentage of first-time club members. The 2007 Profiles of Success presents to you not only the maturation and evolution of the industry, but also an outlook for the opportunities that lie ahead.
Based upon IHRSAs annual industry data survey of its North American membership, the 2007 report presents data from 2006 and 2005 in terms of both club type and club size, allowing for even more meaningful comparisons for individual clubs. Club owners and management continue to use this unique report to prepare business plans, determine the value of a club and to obtain financing and investment.
IHRSA now offers the option of purchasing the report in full or in any one of four parts, which includes: the Executive Summary and Industry Outlook, Membership and Pricing, Payroll, Facilities, Fixed Expenses and Financial and Operating Performance. However, the report still can be purchased in full as a PDF for $199.95 (member price) or $399.95 (non-member price) from the IHRSA Store at For media inquiries, please contact or 617.951.0055.
The International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) is a not-for-profit trade association representing health and fitness facilities, gyms, spas, sports clubs and suppliers worldwide. The associations membership includes over 8,800 clubs in 74 countries, along with over 600 industry suppliers. For more information, please visit


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