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Gym space rentals could involve monthly, weekly, or even hourly deals. A trainer with a decent client base won't mind paying $300 or more for a full month's access to the gym. Someone with a limited number of clients may find $35 for two hours acceptable if he/she charges $30 per half-hour and has four clients.How much does gym equipment cost?
The following are average costs to buy gym equipment: Treadmills, ellipticals, and stair steppers: $2,000 for light commercial units or $5,000 to $10,000 for heavy-duty units Single-exercise weight machines: $4,000 to $7,000How much does it cost to open a gym?
Like opening any other business, opening a gym does take a large amount of capital to begin and there are plenty of monthly expenses to consider. Although the cost of opening a gym varies greatly, you can estimate to spend between $10,000 for a personal training studio to $50,000 for a fully equipped commercial gym on equipment alone.