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Engaging a Fitness Center Company What Boards Should Know

What are some things a board should know or do before engaging a fitness center company?
In-house gyms and fitness centers are some of the most popular amenities a co-op, condo, or HOA can offer residents and prospective buyers -- but just plunking down a treadmill and some barbells in a common room doesn't exactly qualify. In this clip, two fitness and gym equipment pros tell us what boards should do to optimize their fitness offerings and provide an amenity that their community will truly enjoy and make use of. 

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