Recently, I was looking for gymnastics classes for my own preschool-aged daughters. As you can imagine, I have a high standard for what I look for in a preschool program, so I visited a lot of gyms. I saw some good programs and some not so good ones, but one in particular stuck out. The lobby was dirty, informational handouts were out of date, and the preschool area had motivational posters tacked to the wall.
If you are a gym owner who’s focused on team, it’s easy to forget there’s a huge growth opportunity right in front of you: preschool. That’s right, those little cuties with half a butt cheek hanging out of their leotards can make your gym very profitable. Before I show you how, let’s break down the numbers: A Level Eight gymnast trains for 16 hours per week. She spends $280 month to train in your gym. That’s $4.38 an hour. Four Level Eight gymnasts bring in $1120 per month.