Statistics About The Average Gym Membership

The average gym membership lasts around 12 months, with a median cost of $58 per month.

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"The average gym membership costs around $696 annually."

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"67% of people with gym memberships never use them."

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"The number of worldwide gym memberships went up by a fifth in 2018."

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"The average monthly cost of a gym membership in the U.S. is about $58."

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"The average American gym goes pays $155/month, or $1,860/year, on fitness — that’s $112/month on gym memberships alone."

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"In 2020, annual membership dues accounted for about $4.45 billion of the U.S. fitness center industry's total revenue."

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"There were 62.5 million gym memberships in the United States in 2019."

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"About 9% of the global adult population have a gym membership."

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"Gym membership costs in New York City average about $134.50 per month."

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"More than 11% of gym members in the U.S. did not attend once in 2019."

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"As of 2021, Planet Fitness, most famous for its $10 per month membership has 14 million members."

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"The membership churn rate in fitness clubs globally is about 30%."

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"During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, around 17% of exercise enthusiasts took out a new gym membership following the reopening of fitness facilities."

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"Around 18% of UK adults have a gym membership."

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