Creating the perfect home gym is easier said than done. There are many decisions you need to make when planning to build a home gym. Many homeowners begin home gym projects, but either never finish them or use their gym infrequently because they did not adequately plan for their needs.
You want a home gym that keeps you committed to your fitness goals. To do that you need a gym that has enough space, equipment for cardio, equipment for strength training, and more.
Retaining members is one of the hardest goals for a gym to achieve. Many people sign up for gym memberships with the goal of getting in shape, but never make a serious commitment and cancel their memberships after a few months.
This process often happens around New Year's. People make a resolution to get in shape, start their gym memberships in January, and then submit their cancelation forms before May. This cycle leads to profits in winter and spring but can wreck your budget come summer and fall.
When it comes to building a workout space that is perfect for your gym clientele, there are many factors you need to consider the job done right. Many gym owners and executives immediately begin thinking of equipment when they think of gym upgrades. But one of the most important aspects of a gym remodel that is often overlooked is the flooring.
Athletic programs maximize physical prowess, whether they are designed for college athletes, semi-professional athletes, professional athletes, or anyone in between. These programs are tailor-made for athletes, and based on their goals, body type, and capabilities.
Adding new gym equipment is one of the most exciting times in a gym owner's life. Or challenging if they don't know what the best for their gym is or what is most popular. Choosing, ordering, and installing equipment can breathe new life into a gym, and can demonstrate to your patrons that you are committed to upgrading your facilities for a more valuable experience for them.
Creating a gym space is an art all in its own. How you lay out and design your space determines your space’s usability and your clients' tendency to use the equipment.
At 1Source Fitness, we consider installation and layout to be one of the most important things we do. We examine our client's needs, available space, selection of equipment, and more to help create the best possible commercial gym space for them.