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I think that creating a gym is not that hard. But you need to have the passion for it for it to last. Health is a topic that is interesting to a lot of people so I think that there is a great chance for these businesses to succeed.
yes thats true but the the problem is finding a funder for the gym. coz almost every one wants a guaranteed success ASAP were else people might take time to starting joining the gym and paying monthly fees consistently. if every one knew that investing on the health its the best investment there is then i would say the is a great chance of survival.
as you have said “it needs passion for it to survive”
For me, one of the most overlooked parts of opening a gym is getting in high quality equipment. You want members to believe that you are investing in their own health and fitness journey.
I like how you suggest purchasing basic free weight equipment for serious lifters if you want to open your own gym. My friend told me that he would like to open his own gym because he is a bodybuilder and trainer. I will share this article with him so he can have more ideas about how to start running his own gym.