Unless you're gonna make it VIP and not allow non whites
Yes, that is the plan. Limited membership.
Yeah, you are going to get sued for this. Calling a fitness center a private club doesn't make it so. You realize that in many areas, private club specifications require boards of directors, regular meetings and minutes, as well as record keeping. Things like VFWs and American Legions are "private clubs" so it isn't so easy as simply calling it one. Also, the government will be up your grill a lot.
Most of the things you have said can't be analyzed.
Bullshit. Almost everything can be analyzed.
You can't calculate a break even if you don't know what place you are leasing.
So there are no other gyms in your entire area with which you can look at for points of comparison? Researching your competition and market space is one of the first things you do. Use them to determine likely operating costs.
So why should you be critical over this in such an early stage?
I'm not being critical. I've opened more than a couple businesses, and this is simply part of the background work that is necessary before starting a successful venture.
AED. Million dollars of insurance. What? You are trolling or just being a dick for attention. Either war, no more responses from me.
Well, considering you are a moron, I'll actually explain this to be nice. Liability insurance is necessary when you run a gym, and it has to be substantial when you have risk of injury or death. "But I'm just a small gym!" It doesn't fucking matter. Having weight equipment that can be used by the public puts you on a higher table for risk. If someone breaks a bone w/o and you are found negligent, then you are filing Chapter 7 and living out of a cardboard box.
I had a small antique co-op shop before that required $200,000 in liability insurance, and that just had people walking around buying things.
Also, AEDs and CPR certification can be required in a public business.