Americans love fitness. This fitness boom has sparked an entrepreneurial sensation that has lead to the creation of many jobs and franchises. Many of America's top fitness centers are franchised, and its latest franchise industry report, Franchise Direct has assessed the current state of the fitness franchise industry.
The health craze of the 1980s, started by Jack LaLanne and the Jane Fonda workout videos, led to a massive upsurge in privately-owned fitness centers across America. Like so many of America's leading businesses, entrepreneurs discovered the franchising fitness centers was a simple way to deliver the exercise experience that Americans craved simply and successfully. The country's best-known gyms are mostly all franchised.
We have seen a resurgence in the fitness, and the great success of fitness franchises in recent years has to do with a number of factor. But in the face of country's growing obesity crisis, fitness franchises have perhaps never played a more critical role in American life. Franchise Direct's Fitness Franchise Industry Report provides a comprehensive snapshot that explains how the franchise industry is satisfying America's demand to stay fit and healthy.
As the Franchise Direct report outlines, there is a surprising within the fitness franchise industry. You can choose from opening a fitness center, health club, or a weight loss center. One of the most heralded innovations in the fitness sector is the arrival of 24-hour fitness center, a move which has been spearheaded by many franchises. Driving all of this recent success are new technological developments and favorable demographic shifts.
As with any Franchise Direct report, readers can compare and contrast the financial requirements of all the leading fitness franchises. All in all, this report is an invaluable resource for all entrepreneurs considering purchasing a fitness franchise.