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Small Spaces, Big Impact

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This blog article excerpt was taken from the Power Systems website where Kyle House and Kyle Miller collaborated to talk about how studio fitness facilities can create a big impact. Full blog link below 

Most gym owners know that every square inch of their space is valuable real estate, but more space isn’t always the right answer. There are only two things that take up space in a studio or gym – equipment and people. So, the real question is, do you have the right equipment?

Here is a quick list of three things to ask yourself before making an equipment purchase, specifically for smaller spaces.

Functionality

Is the equipment functional? Seems like a dumb question since all equipment by nature has a purpose, but this is in reference to whether or not the equipment practically serves the client and your training style.

The reason you are selecting equipment is to meet your clients needs through your training style. The biggest mistake a gym or fitness facility owner can make is purchasing equipment that meets their workout needs, not the client’s. So before making any purchase take a look at your current clientele by making a list of their workouts, movements, and goals. Narrow that list down to the most frequent workouts, movements, and goals. Then begin selecting equipment that fits the majority of needs while staying true to your specific training style.

To read more click here:

 http://blog.powersystems.com/guest-blogger/small-spaces-big-impact/