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Fitness Equipment Blog

A collection of our articles about fitness equipment to use as a reference and resource. Learn about maintaining and repairing your equipment as well as important news and information in the fitness equipment industry.

After being closed since March, Gyms and Fitness Centers can reopen August 24th with restrictions and under certain guidelines. On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that gyms and fitness centers in New York would finally be able to reopen on August 24th and no later than September 2nd, with a reduced capacity and various health […]

Now that it is time to reopen, what are the necessary precautions for gyms and fitness centers to take in order to keep members and staff safe from the virus? The Coronavirus pandemic has devastated the world economy and caused a lot of disruption in our everyday lives. Gyms and fitness centers have been closed […]

Reach your financial goals by helping others reach their fitness and health goals! Follow Gym Tech’s advice on running a successful gym facility or studio. #1 Create a Budget Create a budget for the year. Take into account last year’s earnings, expenses and operating costs. The resulting number will aid you in figuring out how […]

Whether you have equipment in a health club, condo fitness room, or hotel gym, there is an increasing demand for features in fitness equipment that attract new customers. As manufacturers compete to bring in users, new cardio and strength equipment offers features that can render your existing equipment obsolete. Since fitness equipment endures substantial use, […]

MAINTENANCE AFFECTS EVERYONEMembers go to your fitness center to work out. If they can’t work out because the equipment is broken, then your facility isn’t fulfilling its primary purpose. To members, seeing “out of order” signs on equipment represents a failure on the part of the fitness center; they’ll either complain or, worse, go to […]

Product Safety & Government Regulations All consumer products, including gym equipment, are subject to regulation by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Whenever a product becomes a known hazard, the CPSC will take action, such as product recalls, news releases or, in extreme cases, legal action. If you regularly use gym equipment, whether at home […]

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