Leasing Fitness Equipment

Many country clubs lease equipment on three- to five-year contracts. Move some of that money to kettle bells, cross-cores, multi-use stations and slam balls and see how your members like it. The trick is having the trainers who know how to use them properly. Instead of spending $50,000 on equipment, it might be $20,000 on equipment and another $2,500 to $5,000 for a couple of workshops to get the trainers up to speed. You will increase member engagement and save money too.

 

 

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