Specialty facilities look for durable flooring that can accommodate many different activities. Photo courtesy of Aspen CrossFit.
Small club operators and specialty gym owners who want to make the most of their limited space are investing in versatile, cost-efficient flooring. Michael Lee Romer, owner of Force Fitness, an 11,500-square-foot club in Ridgewood, NY, says that small clubs often do not have specialized studios or training areas, so flooring needs to be able to accommodate a variety of different activities. At Force Fitness, one studio houses boot camps, kettlebell classes and Zumba classes. The room ...
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