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TITLE Boxing Club® Hit business HARD with a TITLE Boxing Club® fitness franchise. Be among the first to introduce the POWER HOUR... Minimum Cash Required: $35,000.
Pro Martial Arts Franchise Corporation Pro Martial Arts franchises offer the best karate training program in the world. Find out more today! Minimum Cash Required: $84,835.
FitZone for Women® FitZone for Women is one of the fastest growing health club franchises in the U.S. today. Exclusively for women! Minimum Cash Required: $50,000.
My Gym Children's Fitness Center We're more than a franchise, we're a family - and we look forward to having you become our family's newest member! Minimum Cash Required: $107,875.
Snap Fitness Snap Fitness leads the 24/7 fitness segment - the fastest-growing segment in the fitness industry. Join us! Minimum Cash Required: $75,000.
Amazing Athletes Children’s sports fitness! Teach the fundamentals of 9-ball sports and exercises. A school enrichment program i... Minimum Cash Required: $30,000.
Kinderdance® The largest and fastest growing "Education through Dance, Gymnastics and Music" program for children.... Minimum Cash Required: $12,000.
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The market for fitness and weight loss businesses is only growing larger as it strives to help Americans get smaller.
1. Nearly 70 percent of Americans are considered overweight, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of this population, about 36 percent of U.S. adults and approximately 17 percent of children and adolescents (2-19 years old) are obese.
2. Most of the franchises that cater to this market are either fitness facilities, often with a special niche, or diet centers that provide nutritional counseling along with meals and other products. There is some cross-over between the two.
3. IBISWorld estimates revenue for the gym, health and fitness club market to be about $26 billion annually. Revenue for the entire weight market is estimated at over $65 billion annually with weight loss services accounting for about $2.5 billion.
4. The 50 largest fitness centers account for about 30 percent of revenue, and only a few dozen companies operate more than 10 centers. In addition to health clubs and commercial fitness centers, the industry also includes: non-profits, such as the YMCA or university facilities, corporate clubs, aerobics studios, resort/spas, hotel and country clubs.
5. Women make the majority of commercial club membership, so it is not surprising that several fitness franchises cater exclusively to women. Children’s fitness franchises are also increasing in number due to cutbacks in physical education programs in schools and increasing efforts to curb childhood obesity.