The Business of Fitness Blog
Risk assessment is an important factor for any business, but for a CrossFit gym, it can often be even more paramount; here’s why.
Filling your CrossFit gym with equipment is expensive… or is it? Find out which method works better for you: renting or buying your equipment.
It takes hard work and dedication to make your dream become a reality. If you are looking to start your own gym, then these tips will help you get started on the right foot.
If you’re not going in solo, you have to be on board with your partnership, and this is exactly what you need to know before you put pen to paper.
You’ve planned, primed, and you’re ready to open the doors—now you have to tell everyone what to expect, just like this.
Running a gym is exciting, but you have to plan to keep the lights on and make a profit, too - this is financial planning for your CrossFit gym.
Creating a well-structured class schedule helps your CrossFit gym revenue spike; this is how impactful it is.
CrossFit affiliate gyms can rake in the dough, but there are requirements you have to meet before you can even apply—we’ll help you get started.
Owning a CrossFit affiliate gym means that members will have expectations about equipment, and this list basically sums it all up.
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