Equipping Your Facility. Part 4


Your budget should be one ofthe last things you consider when purchasing equipment, says Stauble. “You should narrow it down to two or three manufacturers, and let them compete. To come in on-budget, change the mix of equipment rather than order a line of cheap equipment that doesn’t fit your mission.” (more…)

Equipping Your Facility. Part 3

Type of facility

Before purchasing equipment,DeMars advises owners toask themselves, “Who am I trying to attract to my facility?” A gym that caters to bodybuilders, for example, will focus on strength equipment, while a fitness facility that is more mainstream will need to feature more cardio. Treadmills have the widest appeal, but elliptical trainers are a close second, according to Musselman, who says members are preferring elliptical trainers over stairsteppers. (more…)

Equipping Your Facility. Part 2

The Internet. Ordering equipment online may seem risky, but it offers one clear advantage over other methods: current tax laws provide loopholes that can save buyers money. If the equipment is not manufactured in the state where you arebuying, you do not have to pay sales tax. (more…)

Equipping Your Facility. Part 1

The equipment you select for your club says more about your facility than the decor or equipment layout. Who wants to work out in a gorgeous. (more…)


For stretching calves and hamstrings. Lats and shoulders also. Good for Carpal massage i.e. palms and wrists. At the present time, we have no video for this exercise. (more…)

Learning to Access Your Creativity

The site gives advice for increasing your creativity, such as studying books or attending courses on creative thinking. You could keep a daily journal throughout the day of whatever occurs to you throughout the day, and then review the journal each night. You should partake in relaxing activities. You should be interested in a wide range of subjects and cultural influences. Try things you haven’t tried before. (more…)


I’ve heard conflicting stories about creatine; some people say that it is effective for enhancing athletic performance, while others say that it is potentially hamful to the kidneys. What are your thoughts? (more…)

Athletes as Role Models Why They Fail

Many designated role models fail when it’s their turn at bat. A great number of quality individuals make their living as professional athletes. How do you pick out the good individuals from the good athletes? (more…)

Watch the Water You Drink

What you drink really affects your health. We hear on TV we should drink eight to 10 glasses of water a day. Do you think they mean tap water? (more…)

Short-Term Personal Training

Your members may benefit from personal training, but many of them may not be able to afford the high cost, or they lack the accessibility to attend weekly sessions. Instead of losing business, you can offer members short-term personal training services that are accessible and affordable. Short-term services can be offered from two weeks to six months that include six to ten sessions. Prices can range from $300 to $500 total, which is much more affordable than $150 a week for life. (more…)

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