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3 Avenues To Profit From Aerobics Dancing

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3 Avenues To Profit From Aerobics Dancing During COVID-19

The Interest In Fitness Remains!

Although the national obsession for group exercise has begun to level off due to COVID, 23 million Americans participate in aerobics dancing.

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These fitness fanatics participate in aerobics dancing in health clubs and exercise gyms.

This includes people enrolled in programs run from community facilities, YMCAs, and gyms, to dance studios in shopping malls.

This figure represents 10% of the US population who exercise occasionally, definitely a fraction of what it used to be 10 years ago when the movement was at its peak; and America was waking up to the urgent message of the importance of exercise.

The decline of enrollment-based fitness programs has forced many studios to epand their services.

For example, some jazz exercise studios now offer skin ca re and nutritional counseling.

Some offer shiatsu classes.

The biggest problem for any stationary fitness program is being able to organize classes that work around the schedules of potential clients.

THE INTEREST IN AEROBICS DANCING AND FITNESS REMAINS

The market did not dwindle as the figures suggest.

The biggest challenge in this industry is to identify new ways to deliver its services to the market.

If you are an aspiring exercise entrepreneur, here are three avenues by which you can deliver and sell your services to your market.

1. CORPORATE CONTRACTS FOR AEROBICS DANCING

Many businesses recognize that healthy employees are productive employees, something the Japanese realized decades ago.

You send instructors to a business location to conduct ex ercise classes that are subsidized by the employer.

2. SATELLITE CLASSES FOR AEROBICS DANCING

You can lease community or church facilities, recreational centers or school gymnasiums and hold classes for people in that community.

Some very large apartment complexes have halls or social function areas where classes can also be held.

3. VIDEOS FOR AEROBICS DANCING

Students who attend your class once can continue the routine on their own time.

That is the convenience video can offer.

Instead of coming to an organized aerobics dancing exercise class in front of their electronic devices.

In fact, a YouTube live stream video can be an excellent add-on product to corporate contracts, satellite classes, or studio classes.

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