The Importance of a Gym Layout
Gym Layouts will help you:
With any gym facility, it is vital to make the most out of the available space to maximise revenue potential. Learn about The Importance of a Gym Layout & Gym Floor Plan.
A gym layout will take into consideration most of the infrastructure such as walls, pillars, doors, windows, electrical needs and ceiling height. This ensures it gives a realistic interpretation of the actual space available which will determine where certain gym equipment can go and help avoid any mistakes in positioning. As well as gym equipment we can include all aspects of a gym facility: reception areas, treatment rooms, consultation rooms, changing rooms, studios. All of which are set to scale so you can input items save in the knowledge they will fit in reality.
The aesthetics of a facility can have a huge impact on how and what that space would be best used for. Also, things like colour, texture and style can have a huge impact on the space as a whole and influence the mood of the users. With a layout design, you can play around with colours, textures, materials and lighting effects to make sure you get it right from day one.
Zoning is all about setting up a dedicated workout area whether that is Functional, HIIT, Free weights, Cardio or general strength. By combining the right type of equipment you can create a dynamic area. The space needs to be practical on a day to day basis so when positioning the equipment and putting together the zones a gym layout will offer the ability to see the flow of movement and eye line obstacles.
Although not all gyms benefit from having the space to create individual zones. Some gyms have awkward dimensions and the gym software helps plan the grouping of equipment around these challenges.
Once the layout is done then we can offer 3D images from whatever angles you choose capturing the look and positioning of the chosen layout and design.
We can go one step further and produce a 3D Virtual Walkthrough video and PDF Presentation, this includes multiple angle shots of the final design and formal list of equipment including all technical specifications. This gives a realistic view of what the gym will look like and by using the presentation pack in your pre-sale process you will give current, or for a new facility, prospective customers, the chance to view the new facility and generate members before it’s even finished.