Energy prices: Fitness studios in Hamburg are getting more expensive

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The number of members is growing, so are the challenges!, DSSV e. V. – The Employers’ Association for German Fitness and Health Facilities, press release

Several lockdowns in 2020 and 2021 as well as massive access restrictions The operators of fitness and health facilities are currently facing major challenges: winning back members, increasing costs, lack of financial help winter 2021/2022 has had a negative impact on membership development in the German fitness and health sector. DSSV e. V. – The … Read more

How to counter the cost pressure in the gym

The fitness industry was particularly hard hit by the Corona crisis due to its subscription systems and government regulations. The closures resulting from regulation prevented the natural fluctuation from being compensated for, and it was also almost impossible to acquire new customers at pre-crisis levels. In addition, there is the applicable BGH judgment (Az. Xll … Read more

McFIT raises 1.4. prices for members and new customers

Fitness training at McFIT will cost significantly more in the future: The fitness chain informed its members in a circular email. The premium increases from EUR 19.90 (Basic) to EUR 24.90 (Flex Classic rate). Cause: The Corona pandemic and its effects on the economy. The good news: In the future, McFIT coaches will receive more … Read more

Inflation is hitting consumers hard: what the Germans are saving for now

DThe Germans are keeping their money together with rising inflation and want to save a lot in the coming months. This is shown by the so-called “Future Consumer Index” by the consulting company EY, which is exclusively available to WELT. The survey, in which 1,000 German citizens participated, shows that fewer expenses are planned for … Read more