Small club operators and specialty gym owners who want to make the most of their limited space are investing in versatile, cost-efficient flooring.
Michael Lee Romer, owner of Force Fitness, an 11,500-square-foot club in Ridgewood, NY, says that small clubs often do not have specialized studios or training areas, so flooring needs to be able to accommodate a variety of different activities.
At Force Fitness, one studio houses boot camps, kettlebell classes and Zumba c
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