Single group X and training spaces have to be more flexible than ever. Here’s how to make the most of each one.
There are no hard-and-fast rules regarding hardware and software replacement, but there are factors that can help you determine when the time to update is right.
Sustainability encourages businesses—including gyms—to frame decisions in terms of environmental, social, and human impact for the long term, as opposed to short-term revenue gains.
As clubs look to rebuild revenue in the coming year, metabolic testing offers a number of innovative ways to create new streams.
As face-to-face meetings give way to more video and streaming gatherings, what do we risk losing and how can we maintain connections? How does the lack of hands-on interaction with the latest equipment impact facility planning?
Answering to a range of trends, from cardiovascular fitness and ergonomics to ever-increasing technology demands, equipment continually changes to meet market needs.
In the current environment, laying out your gym’s equipment can be a challenge—but there are some best practices to keep in mind.
Cross-selling and upselling compose a revenue stream health clubs can tap right now. Clearly, members already see the value in coming back to your facility—so why not leverage the opportunity?
Of all the skills that you need to navigate in the current landscape—to ensure that members see your club as safe and protected—listening has to be at the top.
If there was ever a time to have your gym and brand truly stand out, it’s now. These strategies will help you to carve out a competitive advantage in your market.