Published: 5 Aug, 2021
Categories: News

Indigo Fitness will be exhibiting at FIBO next week. FIBO is the world’s largest international trade show for fitness, wellness and health: where the industry’s key players come together; where innovations are launched; where international trends are set. Some 1,019 companies from 49 nations participated in 2017, meeting more than 150,000 trade and private visitors from around the globe. In 2018, FIBO will take place at the Exhibition Centre Cologne from 12 to 15 April.

Indigo Fitness will be in Hall 9, the functional training hall, on stand E39.

We’ll be showcasing our new functional training solution – the PWR Station – the ultimate solution for gyms looking to deliver an all-round functional training experience. It combines a functional training rig and equipment storage solution all within the same framework, making it ideal for group training sessions.

There will also be plenty of RAZE strength and conditioning kit on display, including a new range of specialty bars, the whole family of PWR Tools, and the Renegade airbike and rower.

Plus, following on from the recent announcement that Indigo Fitness are the new exclusive UK and European distributor for Carbon Claw boxing equipment, we’ll have a selection of the range on show.

Come along and meet the Indigo team, in Hall 9 on stand E39.

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