AFS – The Association of Fitness Studios – is the organization for small/boutique studios and it’s my recommendation that Indoor Cycling Studio owners become members. It’s free to join as a basic member – register here. In this episode of the Podcast, AFS founder Josh Leve and I discuss the many benefits of AFS membership. Learn why I feel joining the Association of Fitness Studios (AFS) is an important step
I asked the other day; how’s the quality of the air in your studio? I’ve been in my share of Indoor Cycling studios where, by the end of class, the air is so thick with humidity that you can no longer see yourself in the mirrors. The room stinks and every breath feels like you’re riding at 10,000 feet – your lungs starving for oxygen. Are your experiences similar to mine?
I’m learning that many small/boutique fitness studios are located in spaces designed as offices or small retailers. Businesses with a handful of sedentary people, sitting at a desk. The building’s HVAC system isn’t typically optimised for all the CO2 and moisture created by a room full of heavy breathing participants = poor air quality, especially at the end of class 🙁 Does this describe your studio? Should we be looking