Gyms franchises

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The assurance of repeat, ongoing business - customers often sign up for 12 months - is one of this sector's most compelling attractions. Gym franchises have also proven astonishingly resilient during downturns: the health and fitness market grew by 4% between 2008 and 2011. Through bulk buying and centralised marketing, health and fitness franchises have been well equipped to pioneer a 'no-frills' model appropriate in a time of austerity. 


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énergie Fitness

énergie Fitness

A low-cost gym franchise enabling franchisees to run exercise centres in their locality. Ranked #2 in the Elite Franchise Top 100 in 2019.
Type: Franchise
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Snap Fitness

Snap Fitness

Snap Fitness is a premium feel, high value fitness club, with industry leading strength, group fitness and functional training areas.
Type: Franchise
9Round

9Round

Entrepreneurs from all backgrounds can’t get enough of the 9Round gym concept because of its low-cost/high-value proposition.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: £60,000
HITIO

HITIO

Europe's most exciting health and fitness concept is going international. Opportunities for sites available immediately.
Type: Franchise
The Shredquarters

The Shredquarters

Passionate about fitness? Check out this inclusive, lucrative business model with a low-cost set up & potential for multi-site growth.
Type: Franchise
Anytime Fitness

Anytime Fitness

Partner with the world leaders in a business and product that people need and enjoy, in an industry that continues to grow every year.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: £170,000
énergie Fitness

énergie Fitness

A low-cost gym franchise enabling franchisees to run exercise centres in their locality. Ranked #2 in the Elite Franchise Top 100 in 2019.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: £95,000

Gym franchises  the health and fitness market grew by 4% between 2008 and 2011. Through  bulk buying and centralised marketing, health and fitness franchises have been well equipped to pioneer a  'no-frills' model appropriate in a time of austerity.