Undeniably, it is is the retiring Baby Boomers and their spouses who fill sports clubs in metropolitan areas. Though the staff are young, wet-behind-the-collar coeds, their peers have opted for more active, outdoor activities. The future of the sports club industries in Japan requires attracting and accommodating younger people, and even children. Reaching them and getting them in shape means using social media tools.
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