Health and Fitness Clubs - US - June 2011
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Mintel defines private and commercial health and fitness clubs as those being operated by an individual or a corporate, for-profit organization. Nonprofit health and fitness clubs are defined as those facilities that offer health and fitness memberships to consumers yet do not profit from these memberships.
The spa industry and tennis/racquet club industry, except as they relate to the health and fitness industry, are not included.
The analysis contained within the Consumer sections of this report does, however, consider all types of health and fitness club. Throughout this report, the terms health club/facility, fitness club/facility, and gym are used interchangeably.
Within this report, Mintel discusses three tiers of health and fitness clubs, based on membership dues. On average, the budget clubs category includes gyms with a monthly membership rate around $10-30. Mid-tier gyms have an average monthly membership rate of $30-70, and offer some services and basic amenities, such as showers, classes, and day care. High-end facilities are those with a monthly membership rate around $75+ that offer a range of services, such as well-appointed locker rooms, shops, and juice bars, as well as a range of class offering and amenities.
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