How to Design a Profitable Boutique Fitness Club

To run a successful boutique club, operators should commit to offering a more exclusive experience and design their facilities to make the most of the space available.

One of the most significant changes in the fitness industry in the past 10 years has been the growth of personal training, which has led to the growth of group training. Clubs that have put a strong emphasis on these areas have found that they deliver the most revenue per square foot in their facilities.

As a result, smaller boutique clubs specializing in this type of programming have become more popular. A boutique club is a small specialty club that focuses primarily on person

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