Registration for the U.S. edition of FIBO — the largest interactive showcase of fitness, health and wellness innovations in the world — is now open. The event will take place October 16-20, 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Backed by 34 years of iconic global events across Germany, China and South Africa, FIBO’s second annual U.S. event will invite the mind-body wellness community to discover the game-changing people, products, and ideas transforming the health and fitness ecosystem today.

The 2019 roster of programming, expertly curated by the FIBO Education Committee, will include:

  • Industry summits and networking at the American Health and Fitness Forum (AHFF) and Fiercely Female by WIFA (The Women in Fitness Association).
  • Ground-breaking technology and equipment demos by exhibitors like Aktiv, Keiser, MyZone, XBody and Ziva.
  • 100-plus workouts and instructor trainings from Alignment Essentials, Beachbody, Soulbody, YogaFit and more.
  • Continuing education credits from The American Council on Exercise (ACE), Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM), and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
  • Workshops and presentations on every topic from the business of boutiques to whole body wellness.
  • Innovative off-site events spanning food, drink and wellness experiences around Miami.

The FIBO FitPass unlocks unlimited access to daily workouts, workshops, and lectures for fitness professionals and enthusiasts alike. Every FIBO USA ticket includes fitness demonstrations, celebrity meet and greets, competitions, and unique special events and activations.

“What sets FIBO USA apart from other fitness industry events is that it genuinely has something for everyone,” said Beth Shaw, the CEO and Founder of YogaFit. “Whether you’re a seasoned or aspiring fitness professional, it offers one of a kind experiences designed to let you see, experience, and understand the trends and ideas driving all corners of the industry.” 

To learn more and register, visit