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Have you been toying with the idea of starting a business in the health and wellness industry? Or, you’re looking for ways to expand your fitness business, but not sure how. If yes, then we’ve got you covered! The Perfect Gym health and wellness business ideas guide will help you see what options are available and decide whether this path is right for you.
Earlier in the month, we posted about small group training and why you should consider adding these intimate group workouts to your fitness centre. In this article, we’ll discuss the best types of specific group workouts that you can host at your gym and outline precisely what they’ll entail.
Gym owners worldwide often experience the same problems. Opening a new space and having an influx of new members, only to see them quit within their first six months. To prevent their patrons from leaving, gym owners should introduce small group training (SGT) in their spaces.
Opening a gym can be a tricky process. From choosing the right equipment to marketing your space effectively, ultimately, everything starts and ends with a well thought out gym business plan.
Online fitness classes often pose an issue for gyms looking to implement them into their services. Successful marketing of these online courses to make the public aware of their availability can also be challenging for fitness club owners. Gym-goers, too want to ensure they get their value for money. And trainers aren’t always convinced how they can handle their participants from such a distance.
Since going back to 'normal', many gyms have evolved and started to offer goods and services that can help with their members' overall health and wellness.
Starting a fitness business can be fun but it also requires heaps of planning and legwork. The gym equipment you chose is just as important as the gym staff you hire. After all, the gym equipment, staff and the venue are the face of your fitness business. This will be the first impression you make on your customers.
A chain of boutique-style fitness clubs, Harder is transforming the Polish fitness industry’s business model one club at a time. Harder understands the importance of adapting to consumer-led changes within the fitness industry. For no additional price, they offer membership flexibility with no long term commitment.