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Opening a new gym or joining a partnership that requires ownership of a gym can be one of the most rewarding experiences in the business world. Gyms can also have their pitfalls; they dig themselves into holes and are unable to retreat.

I have provided 10 reasons why gyms fail and included information on how you can prevent these things from happening to your gym. With the combination of being a past gym employee, a certified personal trainer, and possessing a heavy business background, I have provided you sufficient evidence to prove these 10 reasons to be the most common.

I am certified by the National Federation of Professional Trainers, certificate number 45582. I also hold an associate's degree in business management technology and a bachelor's degree in business administration.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Gym owners must read this!

Would you listen to Ten Reasons Why New Gyms Fail again? Why?

Yes, because it provides the exact reasons with supporting evidence of why a gym would fail!

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