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Getting fit can be a walk in the park at Green Outdoor Gyms

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Hogins has taken the idea that the great outdoors inspires people to be healthy and fit to a whole new level.

His company, Green Outdoor Gyms, caters to those many communities whose residents cannot afford exorbitant gym fees.

Tim says that his aim is to ensure that every community has an outdoor gym in their park.

This then provides all citizens with a facility they cannot only be proud of but also utilise to improve their health and fitness.

When I realised just how many people could not afford access to the various gym chains, I recognised a huge potential market for outdoor gyms.”

Tim Hogins, Green Outdoor Gyms

Launched in 2008, Green Outdoor Gyms is Africa’s leading outdoor gym supplier. They manufacture, supply and build outdoor gym equipment, as well as outdoor parks, across Africa.

The health and fitness sector is one of the fastest growing industries and we want every community to have access to this. Although our customers are ultimately municipalities, in truth, we serve the communities.

Tim Hogins, Green Outdoor Gyms

It is our goal to make sure that every community in Africa, no matter their wealth, has access to one of our outdoor gyms.

Tim Hogins, Green Outdoor Gyms

Listen to the full interview with Tim Hogins below to hear more about his business...


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