The competition for fitness-related products and services is fierce.

In fact, it is arguably the most important segment of the overall US market.

It is where you find brands that offer a range of products, including apparel, accessories, shoes, apparel and clothing accessories.

In the U.S., this competition has been the main source of growth for the companies that dominate the fitness and apparel space.

Companies such as Fitbit and Nike have grown rapidly and are on the verge of eclipsing the likes of the Fitbit-owned Fitbit, Nike and Adidas, which were once the leaders in the fitness market.

But as the industry moves away from these two major players, other companies are stepping up their game.

According to a report by Strategy Analytics, the fitness-focused brands who have established themselves as the leaders of the category have seen their share of sales grow by more than 60 percent over the past three years.

While these companies have been able to grow their market share, the growth of competitors like Nike and Fitbit has also been very noticeable.

Nike’s sales have risen from $1.8 billion in 2013 to $7.5 billion in 2016, and Fitbuds sales have grown from $2.5 million in 2013, to $11.6 million in 2016.

Nike, Fitbud and Adidas all now make more than $100 billion annually.

The biggest change in the marketplace has been competition from the likes