Are you planning to start your own gym? 

We have the experience to guide you along the way.

 

Starting a gym can feel like a challenging process if you have not started a gym before. As a beginner it can be difficult to choose equipment among all the different options on the market. Therefore, we have gathered some useful tips for those who are thinking about starting a gym and are in the challenge of choosing which equipment to invest in.

Gyms and Athletic Clubs are our largest customer group. Through successful partnerships we have gained extensive practical experience of what it takes to create a successful gym. One reason for this is our core idea – that the gym should be profitable. It’s that simple. But how can we at Gymleco help your gym to become more profitable?

Results – Our fitness equipment give almost unbeatable effectiveness, important when customers are training to get results. In other words you are buying machines that offer maximum benefit for both your customers and your gym.

Use floorspace effectively – Whether you are opening a new gym or looking to supplement your existing equipment, you’ll notice that filling the space effectively is not always the easiest thing to do. The trick is to offer customers wide choices within the space you have available. We have also paid attention when designing our fitness machines so that they take up as little space as possible. If you use smart layouts more customers can use the gym at the same time.

Make the best use of your staff – Since our exercise equipment is easy to use and has clear signs and instructions your staff do not need to show customers how the equipment works and can use their time more efficent.

Avoid breakdowns – The quality of our fitness machines means that you do not have to waste money on repairs or spare parts. We also offer the most generous waranties on the market.

These are just four ways we can help you make your gym more profitable. Contact us to find out more!

Contact our sales team so we can discuss you and your company’s needs.