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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www.maspirit.com.au @mastaekwondo We spoke to Vince Messina from Martial Arts Spirit (@mastaekwondo, www.maspirt.com.au), to find out how their dojo’s are doing now, how they adapted to covid-19 and how the hell do we find our way out of this mess? WHY DO ONLINE MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING? Early on during COVID-19 lockdowns, as people came to realise they could no longer workout or train in their gyms, clubs and dojos, a lot of media focus was placed on high profile gym chains. However the humble dojo didn’t get much love during this time, suffering from the same swift shutdowns, but without...
Follow these simple tips to SAFELY OPEN YOUR GYM TO MEMBERS AGAIN You are going to need to know precisely how large your gym floorspace is Whilst there will be a lot of uncertainty moving from Stage 1 to Stage 2 of the opening up of the economy, the good news is we now have a rough timeline for gyms to reopen. We know some have setup at home while their gym was forced to close, but there is still a lot to miss about being in the gym. The range of equipment, the friendly faces, the atmosphere, the extremely...
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HOW TO ADAPT TO ONLINE TRAINING WITH YOUR MEMBERS gyms, studios, dojos, personal trainers, and the WIDER sports and fitness industry Overnight, gyms and clubs were told to close doors, and thousands of small business owners and their employees were out of work Mitch Davis, Owner of CrossFit Kirrawee (@crossfitkirrawee) spoke with us about the moment they heard the news they would need to close, how they have adapted, and what their member response has been. On March 23rd, 2020 just over 1 week ago, the Australian government announced the first round of a wave of social distancing and business...
If your business email is publicly listed on your website, chances are you've probably received at least one email from an overseas supplier soliciting "cheap price" and "quality products". Most of us tend to mark this as spam, but what if you actually responded to these emails? Will you really be able to cut costs? Before you hit reply on that email, here are 8 things for you to consider before taking this risk: 1. Legal Are you aware of all the importing laws and permits? Are there any trade agreements or treaties that may affect pricing? The government laws...
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