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8 tips for designing your commercial gym

8 tips for designing your commercial gym

Whether you are starting a new business, relocating to a new location or expanding your franchise, consider our 8 tips for designing your commercial gym. 1. Is the space right for my business? Are you looking to incorporate cross training into your programs or offerings? If you want high rigs that you can hang gym rings off for muscle ups, then you might want to forgo that studio in the inner city, and start looking in industrial zones or multi-purpose zones where height and space shouldn't be an issue. 2. How much equipment do I need? If you have group...

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3 tips to navigate your business through a recession

3 tips to navigate your business through a recession
Across 35 years in business, SMAI founders Homa & Lilly Alenaddaf have navigated the business through two recent recessions. We asked them what strategies they employed in 2007 and if those lessons learned are still relevant today.

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SMAI is Celebrating 35 Years

SMAI is Celebrating 35 Years
SMAI is celebrating 35 years in business, so we sat down with SMAI founders Homa & Lily Alenaddaf to find out how it all went down, 35 years ago and how they built the business to where it stands today.

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Differences between weapon materials and finishes

Differences between weapon materials and finishes

The first thing to consider when choosing your weapon material is what type of practice or training your are engaging in, whether it is daily training in a class, in a demonstration or grading, or for display purposes only. Each material has its own distinct benefits and features that can be utilised to fit the needs of your martial arts weapons training. Red Oak The most commonly used wood is red oak. This is the most cheap and reliable type of wood and ensures you get the best value for your money. The red oak is also heavier in comparison...

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