Gyms franchises

Showing 1-12 of 13 Gyms franchises

With customers often signing 12-month contracts, a franchisee in the health and fitness sector can count on plenty of recurring business. Many of the 42.7 million health clubs in the U.S. are franchises, which offer budding franchisees an estalbished brand and nationwide marketing campaigns. Gym franchises have been particularly effective at promoting the 'no-frills' model that appeals to cash-strapped gym goers. Here's what to look for when choosing a franchise.


RockBox

RockBox

We make fitness fun!
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Bodybar

Bodybar

This is a chance for you to become a BODYBAR Boss, run your own business, and invest in your future and community.
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Min. Investment: $150,000
Ninja Nation

Ninja Nation

Ours is the franchise designed to make fitness fun for people, their family, friends… everybody!
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Pure Barre

Pure Barre

Transform yourself and your community as a Pure Barre franchise owner
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Min. Investment: $100,000
YogaSix

YogaSix

Join us in sharing a new approach to yoga
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Min. Investment: $100,000
Club Pilates

Club Pilates

A proven concept, breaking barriers.
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Min. Investment: $100,000
StretchLab

StretchLab

Enjoy the benefits of our executive model to build something for yourself that is completely scalable for your goals.
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Min. Investment: $100,000
Row House

Row House

Become a pioneer in the boutique indoor rowing space.
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Min. Investment: $100,000
CycleBar

CycleBar

Break the cycle, be your own boss
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Min. Investment: $100,000
D1

D1

D1 franchisees deliver training usually reserved for Division 1 athletes.
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Min. Investment: $250,000
The Exercise Coach

The Exercise Coach

Join the world’s smartest, simplest and most scalable fitness business opportunity.
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Min. Investment: $75,000
Honor Yoga

Honor Yoga

Join one of the fastest growing yoga franchises and bring the benefits of yoga to everyone.
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Min. Investment: $70,000

<p>With customers often signing 12-month contracts, a franchisee in the health and fitness sector can count on plenty of recurring business. Many of the 42.7 million health clubs in the U.S. are franchises, which offer budding franchisees an estalbished brand and nationwide marketing campaigns. <strong>Gym franchises </strong>have been particularly effective at promoting the 'no-frills' model that appeals to cash-strapped gym goers. Here's <a href="http://us.franchisesales.com/resources/articles/What-to-look-for-when-choosing-a-franchise">what to look for when choosing a franchise</a>.</p>