In light of the Covid-19 pandemic and the strain this is putting on the fitness and physical activity sector, the European Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS) have decided to extend all existing EREPS Memberships by 6 months, FREE of charge.
Julian Berriman, Director of Standards, confirmed,
“The Coronavirus is affecting the global community and, in the Fitness and Physical Activity Sector lots of people’s income and employment is under considerable strain. Supporting our EREPS community through these challenging times is our top priority and this gesture will help to ease some of the financial burden instructors may be facing and give them one less thing to worry about”.
To further support the EREPS community, a dedicated information page for members is being created for the ereps.eu website. This will be regularly updated with the latest information, discounts and offers to members to support them through this period. This will complement the EuropeActive Covid-19 page which details how the sector is responding in a positive manner to the pandemic.
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EuropeActive, formerly the European Health and Fitness Association (EHFA), is the leading not-for-profit organisation representing the whole of the European fitness sector in Brussels.
According to the EuropeActive/Deloitte Market Report 2019 the European fitness sector serves over 62 million consumers, generates 27.2 billion Euro in revenues, employs 750,000 people, and consists of 62,000 facilities. In 2018 the European market grew by 3.5% and in the past 10 years the number of fitness users has increased by 72%, and 9.4% of all European citizens aged over 15 are users of fitness services.
For further information, please visit www.europeactive.eu
Carlos Fernández, EU Communications Officer