Video: 360° Fitness Room Layout

When designing a facility it is important to consider more than just the user experience and the manufacturer’s safety guidelines.

The very first thing we think about is who is using the equipment?

College Students or Active Adults?

Fire fighters or Physical Therapy patients?

Each demographic has limitations and accommodations. Pinpointing those differences is important on variety of levels.


We work with architects, electricians, interior decorators and management companies to think about the structural features and benefits of your space. We have done this a time or two and want to make sure you benefit from our many years of experience when it comes to those smaller, very important details.

How big is your space?

Does it have an unusual shape and how do we maximize it?

Where are the windows?

Will there be a view?

Will there be glare off the viewing devices?

How high are your celings?

Trust us, it’s important!

How high are your ceilings?


Where are outlets placed and will they be as invisible as possible?

Cable TV/Internet Connectivity

Will there be seamless integration?


Will other parts of the building hear what’s going on in the gym area?

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Once we have talked over all those details, the real fun begins! Planning the equipment that maximizes your space, budget and goals. We will use your architectural drawings/dimensions to create a custom 3D layout of your fitness amenity, because seeing is believing.

Pro Tip!

Keep your fitness room exciting!

Consider rejuvenating your space by trading in one or a few old, tired pieces of equipment for a new state-of-the art commercial piece of cardio or strength equipment. Subtle changes in your equipment offerings break up the “monotony” and keep your clients feeling refreshed. We promise you, your members will thank you!

Not every fitness room is the same.

It is important to design a fitness amenity based on it’s users. Student Housing facilities are much different than Senior Living and County Clubs are much different than Fire Stations fitness rooms. Let us help you design your space towards your population.

Are you covered in case of liability?

Make sure you have commercial equipment in a commercial fitness amenity. If a fitness room has home grade fitness equipment and a user gets injured, the facility is responsible for improper equipment placed in an inappropriate setting.

Different types of equipment.

Fitness equipment is broken down into a few categories: Full commercial, light commercial, specialty home fitness and sporting good fitness. Ask us which one best suits your needs.

Invest in the product, not the technology.

Several fitness companies are selling you on their programming. Every month today’s technology outdates itself. Look for quality manufactures with machines that fit your fitness needs. The classes available in cyberspace nowadays are endless, don’t limit yourself to just one virtual fitness company.