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Meet the Aussie startup that was selected to feature in the 2017 Oscar nominee...

Aussie startup, MOUS, with a mission to provide a healthy, active lifestyle through a more hygienic hydration experience and their unique fitness bottles, selected to feature in the 2017 Oscars.

Gym over burger: Anytime Fitness named number one franchise in the world over the...

Anytime Fitness, the world’s largest and fastest-growing co-ed fitness club chain, was recently ranked number one on Entrepreneur magazine’s annual Top Global Franchise list.

This guy is filling up Melbourne’s empty fitness classes with his innovative new website

With the launch of his new FILLMYCLASS website, 33-year-old fitness entrepreneur Daniel Waide is making it easier for people in Melbourne, where he was...

This new Melbourne start-up has set out to rival $54 million US-based Classpass in...

Launching in early 2015 – just in time before you drop that New Year resolution to get fit and healthy, fitness start-up Classhopper has...

This tech start-up has secured initial seed funding and plans to raise another $750,000...

Sydney-based tech start-up OneFitStop recently announced that it has received early stage seed funding as it puts final touches on its technology and prepares...

From starting on just $400 to franchising Australia-wide. How did this Gold Coast start-up...

Scott Hunt started his personal training company, Fitness Enhancement in Gold Coast back in 1999 when he was just 19 years old, with only...

Hot game on Kickstarter combines zombies with running. A genuine killer app.

Hey, you runners out there (or would-be or should-be runners) -- if you're looking for motivation, perhaps what you need is a big helping of zombie apocalypse. Saving your hide while piling up the distance is one facet of Zombies, Run! -- a smartphone game app that has attracted a horde of attention on Kickstarter.

Michael Mironowicz, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Up-and-Comer

In 2009, Michael Mironowicz brought a background in retail sales into a partnership with longtime friend Andrew Yang, who was running an online consumer-goods seller called The Storehouse. Mironowicz's sales savvy was just the tonic The Storehouse needed -- and The Storehouse gave him the vehicle to reach out to charitable causes.

Michael Baker, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Honourable Mention

Franchise owner Michael Baker is proud to have a business "first" to his name: he's the owner of the first individual GNC LiveWell franchise in Australia -- and the first to be granted by the sport nutrition giant outside of America. Baker, 28, acquired the GNC store in the Sydney suburb of Rockdale in 2009. Today he owns three franchises in all, among the most successful of the 40 GNC locations across the country.

Owen Bowling, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Up-and-Comer

Owen Bowling wants to make exercise easy, affordable and portable. His solution, CrankIt Fitness and its signature product -- specially designed straps that combine resistance training, gravity and the user's body weight to make available hundreds of different exercises.

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