Fitness Facility Operators Seek Space for Small Group Training

Fitness Facility Operators Seek Space for Small Group Training

Location, equipment and return on investment are important considerations when club operators think about adding a small group training studio to their club.

Bigger profits, better pay for employees and better results for members. What's not to love about small group training? For some club operators, the only thing not to love is where to house this trend.

Architect Rudy Fabiano, CEO of Fabiano Designs, Montclair, NJ, works with health club operators to design space to accommodate small group training. Small group training is one of the easiest and least expensive fitness trends, he says, because most clubs need only 800 to 1,500 squa

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