Germany’s largest fitness brand

Fit for Fun is Germany’s largest fitness and lifestyle brand. It targets men and women who use sport and physical activity as a way to have fun and offset their demanding careers. It currently has over 1.2 million readers. The magazine contains entertaining and knowledgeable reports about important and interesting sport, nutrition, lifestyle, health and beauty topics. Fit for Fun also actively helps its readers to live healthily with DVDs, e-books, seminars, trips and appropriate licensed retail products such as bikes, sports equipment and muesli.

Links: Website, online shopFit for Fun friends, subscription shopFit for Fun on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest

Editor-in-chief

Alex Steudel became editor-in-chief of Fit for Fun in August 2011 following roles as editor-in-chief of “Sport Bild” and co-editor of “sport-bild.de”. His journalistic career has also taken him to the “Abendzeitung”, “Welt” and “Welt am Sonntag” newspapers.

Alex Steudel became editor-in-chief of Fit for Fun in August 2011 following roles as editor-in-chief of “Sport Bild” and co-editor of “sport-bild.de”. His journalistic career has also taken him to the “Abendzeitung”, “Welt” and “Welt am Sonntag” newspapers.

Facts
Division BurdaNews
Managing director Burkhard Graßmann
Editor-in-chief Alexander Steudel
Headquarters Hamburg
Frequency Monthly
Price €3.50
Published since 1994
Reach 1.21 million readers (ma 2017/II)
Paid circulation 118,574 (paid circulation, IVW III/2017)
Senior brand manager Richard Kraus
Contact richard.kraus@burda.com
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Fitness and technology you can touch

Hubert Burda Media hosted Europe’s first FitTech Summit on Tuesday. The Munich event organized by Burda Bootcamp attracted about 800 participants, offering them an exciting mix of innovation, workouts and networking.

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Editor-in-chief

Alex Steudel became editor-in-chief of Fit for Fun in August 2011 following roles as editor-in-chief of “Sport Bild” and co-editor of “sport-bild.de”. His journalistic career has also taken him to the “Abendzeitung”, “Welt” and “Welt am Sonntag” newspapers.