3 Reasons to Outsource Your Fitness Facility Management

August 20, 2020

There are all kinds of impressive benefits in offering on-site fitness services. From reducing employee turnover, improving employee well-being, and increasing productivity, both you AND your employees can reap the rewards.

But as a business owner, you’ve got a lot on your plate. 

Whether you manage an apartment complex, a corporate building, a professional campus, or any other business with a fitness center, it’s tough to stay on top of everything that comes with your day-to-day business operations AND managing a fitness center. 

Who’s in charge or fitness facility management?

A lot of the time, on-site fitness centers are left in the hands of the cleaning crew to stay organized. But the problem is, without specific fitness center management, you open yourself up to a lot of risk. Not to mention, your fitness center won’t be optimized for members to enjoy.

That’s why many businesses with on-site fitness facilities outsource their facility management to professionals. 

In doing so, they maximize the benefits of an on-site fitness center and experience a number of other rewards in the process.

Is it time to outsource your fitness facility management?

Wondering if it’s time for you to make this step? 

Here are three great reasons to outsource your fitness facility management. 

Specialized training boosts value

Without a facility management team in place, you’re also missing out on the training services they can offer. 

From fitness classes to personal or group training, your fitness management team brings a lot to the table. They can make your gym a lot more valuable to members, increasing the odds of them utilizing it regularly. 

For example, the team at Xtend is trained to provide corporate fitness training programs designed to help your employees feel empowered, engaged, and excited about health and wellness. 

Gym equipment maintenance

While your gym equipment might be getting cleaned, is it being maintained? Proper maintenance is essential in reducing your liability and keeping members safe. It also goes a long way in the longevity of your equipment, cutting replacement costs.

When you outsource your fitness facility management to professionals, you’ll know your equipment is not only being properly (and regularly) cleaned but maintained too. 

By the way, we discuss our commitment to safety and wellness along with how we follow COVID-19 guidelines in this post. 

Focus on what you do best

At the end of a long work day, the last thing you want to do is process gym member intake forms, waivers, or insurance. Understandably, there are a 1001 other things you should (or would rather) be doing. Getting this valuable time back is just another reason it’s useful to outsource the management of your fitness facility. 

But this type of work is the bread and butter for fitness facility management teams. They’re skilled at doing this efficiently and effectively to keep your paperwork organized and all your bases covered.

Are you ready to take back your time spent on equipment maintenance, paperwork, and membership management while boosting the value of your on-site fitness facility? It’s time to outsource your fitness facility management! 

The team at Xtend Fitness & Wellness is here to help! Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you. 

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