Small Groups Emerge
What motivates people to keep exercising? One or more training partners and enough knowledge to be successful. How do you use staff resources efficiently? One instructor teaches multiple people. Social reinforcement, skill instruction and, for personal training, the ability to lower costs, may be why everyone in the 2004 IDEA Fitness Programs & Equipment Survey who offers small-group classes feels that they will grow.
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