The business is a franchisee of the largest fitness franchise in the world with thousands of locations worldwide. This fitness and weight loss facility is dedicated to providing affordable, one-stop exercise and nutritional information for women. It's located in a highly-visible, easily-accessed retail center in one of the nation's largest metropolitan areas. Currently this location is open day and evening, Monday through Friday, and Saturday mornings.
They provide members with a fun, convenient, comfortable environment where you will find all the support needed to meet their weight, fitness, and nutrition goals. The workout takes just 30 minutes and includes all the components needed for a complete exercise program - warm-up, cardiovascular, strength training, cool down, and stretching.
In purchasing an existing franchise, the prospective buyer should consider the cost, start-up expense, initial negative cash flow, and uncertainty of a new franchise. And, then compare that to an existing franchise having steady cash flow, profit, and an established customer base and market presence on which to grow. According to the franchisor, the cost of a new franchise is ... $39,900, with delivery of the equipment being $2,000-$3,000.
When you come for training, you will be provided other materials such as wall charts, music, cue tapes, start up forms, supplies, and specialized training in the operation of your club. Other costs that you may incur in opening your Franchise include but may not be limited to, a lease, lease space finish out, travel expenses for club camp, stereo system, deposits on utilities, telephones, computers and local advertising, all of which will be purchased from third party vendors. The additional initial costs could be another $15,000, without leasehold improvements-an upfront investment of over $55,000, plus leasehold improvements.