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i really liked this part

The 8% drop in average membership comes despite clubs cutting subscription fees by 17% to an average of £39.05 a month.

too right

then this bit which if it does help business then why dont they ALL pay for staff membership at gym if thats the case.

quote]A previous Deloitte survey said that if more of the population exercised regularly, the economy would benefit from increased gym fees, as well as lower costs to business through fewer sick days

SO if people stop their membership prices would drop isnt that good, compared to more people going and higher prices. :blink:

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