Yoga is the top group exercise activity at health clubs nationwide. Here’s how to position your offerings to each generation, from kids to Millennials to seniors.
Leading fitness-only clubs generate 21.8% of total revenue from non-dues revenue profit centers. Our research expert breaks it down.
The U.S. health club industry serves 71.5 million consumers, and about 1 in 5 Americans belong to at least one U.S. health club or studio.
Millennials account for 28% of total health club members, according to the IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report. Find out how to attract this prime demographic with insights from our research expert.
For a detailed analysis of compensation and benefits practices for the health club industry, look no further than the 2019 IHRSA Health Club Employee Compensation & Benefits Report.
While membership dues/fees revenue is the lifeblood of health clubs, top-tier clubs also generate a significant portion of revenue from non-dues services—including profit centers.
Participating clubs will receive recognition in The IHRSA Global Report, an IHRSA bestseller.
People of all ages and ethnicities participate in personal and small group training. Our research expert breaks down the unique distinctions from our Fitness Training Report.
Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation can help drive health club member growth and, ultimately, profits. Our research expert explains.
The pricing information in Profiles of Success can serve as a guide when developing your own club’s pricing strategy. Our research expert breaks it down.