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ISPO Munich 2017 to show latest trends in health sector
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ISPO Munich, a multi-segment exhibition for the sports industry, will show latest trends in the health and fitness sector, from shoes, 3D printer, nutrition, yoga, and wearables, in Munich, Germany, from February 5 to 8, 2017, in halls B2 and B4. Visitors can experience the trends from the health & fitness sector live and track the latest developments.

In hall B4, health sports from local fitness studios, sports clubs, and parks will be seen. In hall B2, fitness and yoga apparel companies will also show the style of tomorrow.

RS Scan, in cooperation with HP printers, will print out running shoes with 3D technology live at the trade fair. Other than that, the stage will also be the venue for lots of exciting lectures and demonstrations.

Running will be a hot topic of discussion at ISPO Munich. Fitting this is the title of a panel discussion on the topic of dieting: “From 160-kilo Man to Marathon Runner”, presented by Micha Klotzbier and his trainer, Peter Könnicke. Also on the stage will be information on the latest trends and production techniques, which will also be discussed at the Running Shoe Symposium.

Information on every facet of the running sector will be in hall B4. Renowned trainers from the Asics Training Squad, the Greenbodycamp, and social media experts will perform exercises on stage and discuss the latest developments. Other women’s fitness trends, such as the workout boutique fitness spilling over from the US, will also addressed.

In addition to many renowned ISPO exhibitors, wearables manufacturers like Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics will also present their innovative products in 2017. (GK )

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