Circuit Training Clubs Have New Association
The spate of circuit training clubs, along with the subsequent needs of their owners, has led to the formation of the Association of Hydraulic & Fitness Clubs. According to information on its website, the new association “was formed to assist in the financial and personal development of current gym owners by mutual sharing of ideas.” The charter statement also includes a pledge to offer educational opportunities and group representation for “product and legislative negotiations.” For more information visit www.hydrauliccircuitzone.com.
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