Sunday, March 20, 2011 • Casper, WY 82604-4316
This one's important for club owners, personal trainers and clients alike. When buying equipment make sure that the equipment retailer or wholesaler has some real idea what they are selling you. Also, that they actually have a genuine interest in your business not just making the buck. This spans back from an recent encounter at a gym with some new equipment that had not actually been fully cured out, mats. What this is that the sellers interested in only getting the product sold. Not how it actually could affect the people involved with it from not being fully cured. By not being fully cured out the equipment gave off heavy vapors that could even be hazardous. This is enough for myself not return as a customer to make another purchase from the seller and return the equipment that I had purchased. A problem such as this could turn away the customer base quite a bit. Also, this could open the gym or trainer to litigation from an opportunist or just someone becoming ill from the vapors. The idea is health enhancement facility not a health compromising facility. To go on, health orientated enthusiasts may avoid the perfectly compatible facility just because of risk such as this. Thus as a club owner or a personal trainer make sure your equipment actually healthy for your clients. Doing this, you will ensure that your equipment source is interested in your business.