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ears ago (decades actually), people found it easier to keep trim and healthy
as they grew older. It's more difficult these days with such an abundance of
rich, fattening, processed foods available in our supermarkets and convenience
stores. Add to that elevators, escalators, travelators and a host of modern
ingenuity that make it easier to go places without moving! It's nearly impossible
to avoid consuming anything these days that doesn't make you put on weight,
but what has changed probably is people are more conscious of their bodies and
the need to keep fit. We've all seen too many people suffer from a lack of a
proper diet and healthy lifestyle.
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Because of this, today there is a proliferation of all kinds of exercise gyms
and healthclubs that cater to the growing number of health-conscious people.
You could start one right where you live, but you'll need to check with your
local government or business licensing body if that's permissible. If they give
you the green light and you have an empty garage that can be converted into
a pleasant workout area and can accomodate a couple of pieces of equipment,
then voila... you're operating a low cost gymnasium cum health club.
Yes, it's more complicated than that. Firstly, you need to be someone who's
into keeping fit and are aware of the various health and diet programs that
are popular. You will need to have some form of training in how to use and maintain
the equipment in your health club. Being certified as a health trainer wouldn't
hurt. People feel more assured if their health trainer is someone who knows
what they're talking about and not just faking it. Operating from a cosy home
atmosphere would have its advantages, but you might find it makes more sense
to move to a busy commercial area with lots of people traffic when your business
starts growing. In this business, you'll be growing muscles as well as your
bank account! Seems like a good deal.