One recent study showed that virtual fitness classes actually feed members into live classes Photo courtesy of Wexer Virtual

One recent study showed that virtual fitness classes actually feed members into live classes. Photo courtesy of Wexer Virtual.

Virtual Fitness Classes Offer a New Option for Health Club Operators

Some fitness facility operators are adding virtual group exercise to their facilities. Find out if this option is right for you.

Three members come to you and ask you to start offering a Pilates class at 2 p.m. on weekdays, a normally quiet time of day when your group exercise room is empty. They say the time is convenient for them to attend a class, and they stare at you waiting for an answer. How do you reply?

The demand of three people typically is not enough to schedule an instructor to teach a class, but what if you had another option that would enable you to offer the class and make these members happ

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