What kind of business? Full fledged fitness facility, small personal training gym or exercise class studio?
Once you figure out the size of your business, the objective of the business and the population it serves, you can fill in your equipment.
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Please state the type of business you are talking about. If it’s an in-home training then you really don’t need much equipment and very little capital to invest. If you are talking about a studio or a small gym, them it all depends on the size of the location, the available capital, the type of training you will be providing (Cross fit, curves, Pilates, yoga, dance, etc.) and what kind of business plan you have in mind.
If you could provide some more information about what type of startup business you have in mind then we can help you more with your question
got u laura…
general studio setting:
aerobic eqmnt. = treadmill + bike + rower ( # of is your choice)
hand weights (many versions – kettlebell/hex weights, ect.)(2 lbs. – 35/50 lbs.)
Cable Functional Training Machine
Keiser Air Controlled Leg Press
This would be more than enough to offer services to several demographics. You did say studio, leasing for small busnss will make it even more effective. Rest of research is yours