Having an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant website ensures that all people can access your site’s content and can prevent a lawsuit down the road. Here’s what gym operators need to know.
Growing your business is great for your bottom line, but it's also great for the health of your community and the world. That's why even if you're a small town health club, international organizations could help your business.
See how your business was promoted and protected in 2018, and learn what issues we expect to see this year.
What can be done to get more women in positions of leadership in the fitness industry? Helen Durkin, J.D., IHRSA’s executive vice president of public policy, has some ideas.
It is challenging to predict when an active shooter incident could occur, which is why it's best to plan ahead in case one were to happen at your club.
How close is too close? Keep your trainers and clients safe by following our guidelines for building and maintaining professional working relationships.
Injuries could occur at your club at any time. If one happens, would you know how to protect your business from being liable?
Concerned a member at your gym has an eating disorder? Read our legal expert's guidance before you act.
If you're looking to expand your team but are unsure of whether an employee or an independent contractor would best suit your needs, IHRSA's briefing paper has the answers to all of your questions.
These six steps will help any health club owner manage a “difficult” member in a quick and effective manner.