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Starting a fitness business is not a simple walk in the park. The demand for fitness has never been higher, with 70% of adults in the UK wanting to get healthier in 2021. If you’re looking to get into the fitness industry, the journey can be pretty confusing if you’re at the beginning. So to help you, we’ve created this guide on how to start a fitness business.
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.
The future of the fitness industry is set to continue on an innovative path, where gradual and immediate needs are swiftly met with modern solutions. While the past two years have proved challenging, those in health and fitness have learned valuable lessons.
How easy would business be to grow your facility if everyone you spoke to was a potential new client? Even better if all potential customers came to you, all you had to do was be there before your competitors.
Want to start an online fitness business now that the ‘new normal’ of post-COVID life has set in?
Gym or fitness club owners all come to a point where they realise that their group exercise classes are a crucial part of their business. Once these classes have enough traction, the next goal is to create a seamless group fitness class schedule to make as many people as happy as possible.