” you then look at the second piece of data (the number of gyms) and figure out how many times it’s possible to crossfit.
Let’s say I estimate that you could crossfit X1.7×10^5 times if y gyms were open across the entire world (that is, there are 1.7×10^5 different places on Earth where you can be a gymnast). And let’s also say that gym ownership costs around $US5000/year for a decent-sized studio with both coaches and owners. Then we can calculate what this means in terms of fitness access: there are X1.7×10^5 * 5000 dollars which comes to a global value of ~$20 billion/y, meaning around 7% percent cost of fitness accessibility—a fee that would ensure no one who wanted to get into great shape ever felt they couldn’t afford it.
In fact, there may be less overhead associated with not charging fees than with charging them—and more upside potential for gym owners too because customers come in all sizes and budgets. In addition, by setting fees low enough so no one feels left out or discriminated against, any fee charged may actually increase revenue for your business! The money being generated from your core customers will help provide additional income in perpetuity to help fund the membership in perpetuity because members will continue coming in droves to work out at your facility even if
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