Commissioner Tibor Navracsics to take part in the European Health and Fitness Forum
According to the commissioner, the ideas and methods presented at EHFF will create more opportunities for people to exercise and stay healthy.
The European Health and Fitness Forum will bring together over 350 members of the European fitness sector. Among them will be the European Commissioner Tibor Navracsics who says the event is the perfect way to introduce new and innovative ideas that will make more Europeans active.
an important role in
achieving our goals"
We certainly couldn't agree more!
At EHFF, Navracsics will be presented with a new book by EuropeActive called Growing the Fitness Sector Through Innovation.
The publication serves as a manual for fitness club owners and managers on how to expand their business, and introduces new and innovative ideas intended to make more Europeans physically active. Navracsisc, who is the commissioner for education, culture, youth and sport, stands whole-heartedly by this mission.
"Exercise is fun," he says. "It helps people feel better about themselves and lead healthier, more active lives. We need to create new opportunities for people to move – opportunities that are adapted to their needs."
The answer to this challenge lies in incorporating latest technologies and training methodologies, and in making full use of the enterprenurial spirit of the people involved. Navracsics says "innovation in the health and fitness sector has an important role in helping us achieve our goals."
"I am looking forward to
the new ideas and methods
that will be presented
As for those who still haven'tsigned up for EHFF, the commissioner has a straight answer – you shouldn't hesitate any longer.
The event will surely result in engaging discussions and Navracsics says he is "looking forward to learning about new ideas and methods that will be presented" there.
European Health and Fitness Forum will take place on 6 April in Cologne, Germany. For the full programme and more information click here