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This boutique fitness studio is located in an upscale downtown area. The studio offers 60-minute group fitness classes for primarily female clientele of all fitness levels and ages. The workout incorporates cardio and stretching to lift and tone the entire body. The business operates in a beautifully renovated 2,500 square foot space on a main street with ample parking. The space was built to accommodate a small boutique retail operation as well. The business employs 3 to 5 part-time instructors and classes are offered multiple times each day.
Asking Price: $175,000
Annual Sales: $200,000
Cash Flow: $73,282 annually
Business Location: Great location, Downtown Community, Suburban area
Business State: New Jersey
Active Members: Average 190 unique visit…
Health club, Fitness Center or Gym wanted with a minimum of 10,000 square feet up to 40,000+ square feet. Must have solid EFT base. Franchised or independent O.K. Buyer wants growth opportunity. Buyer is well qualified.
Qualified Buyers for Gyms, Health Clubs and Fitness Centers in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Free Appraisal.•Are you ready to sell your club and/or building? We have buyers. •We have buyers and will consider all types of gyms, fitness centers and health clubs. Single or multiple locations. •Call us today or email if you are ready to sell your club. •800-929-2898. email@example.com
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Be your own boss and own your own health club or gym. We can help a qualified buyer with the opportunity to be their own boss and earn an above average income. The consulting services of Fitness Management & Consulting and proven programs make it easy for you to get started on your path to achieving your dream of starting your own health club.
The Fitness Industry is Growing
The percentage of people belonging to health clubs and gyms has doubled over the past 20 years. More growth is expected, fueled by an aging Baby Boomer generation in search of eternal youth and the reality that regular exercise can prevent or control diseases that are driving health care costs relentlessly upward.
Economically, the health club industry has proven to be recession-proof,…
This fitness facility is an ideal acquisition for a group instructor, first time buyer or anyone seeking an ease of entry into the fitness business. With modern equipment and an attractive lease, this well-run facility offers a loyal member base and plenty of upside.
Asking Price: $225,000
Annual Sales: Available upon NDA
Cash Flow: Available upon NDA
Business Locations: Leadville
Business State: Colorado
Facility Square Feet: 5,000
Year Established: 2009
About the competition: This unique fitness facility stands out from the crowd in member engagement and member satisfaction.
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Congratulations, you’ve decided you are ready to become a gym owner. The global fitness and health club industry generates more than $80 billion in annual revenue. However, just because the market is great does not mean you should dive into the industry without proper research and planning.
You need to create a plan to ensure you have the proper certifications, a streamlined process to collect membership dues, know how many employees you’ll need to hire and have an automated way to simplify administrative tasks. Ensuring that you have everything you need to run a successful gym is critical before you make that leap. Below we have outlined 5 things to consider before owning a gym:
Let’s start with these simple questions
As with anything that has an upside, there will be risk. You can’t avoid it. However, you can help mitigate this risk with proper planning and preparation and surrounding yourself with industry experts. A place we always like to start by asking ourselves these 2 questions; what am I good at? And where do I struggle? Review the following questions to see where you need some help to improve your business;
· Are you a self-starter? The big failure I see in this area is we become content quickly. We don’t really start to push until the pressure is on. So many gym owners wait and wait, hoping things will change and then it’s too late. I think it was Mark Cuban that said it, “work each day like someone is trying to take it all away from you.