Today 20 September

Sports Franchises

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Found: 311

Franchise StretchLab Franchise

Investments:

from $153,100

StretchLab Franchise
StretchLab is the industry leader in offering affordable one on one assisted stretching, created with variety of offerings to empower clients to ‘Live Long’.

Investments:
from $153,100

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Minimum Cash Required

$30,000

With an estimated 40 million kids participating in organized youth sports programs, N Zone Sports benefits from a huge market, operating youth sports leagues, camps and programs for children ages 3-14. Our franchise owners operate youth sports leagues as well as programs in area preschools which offer exciting, fun, and age-specific instructions and skill sets!

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Investments

$70,000 – $107,000

Minimum Cash Required

$70,000

Shake This is an easily duplicable system that offers facilities a valid profit center and provides members great tasting shakes with superior nutrition.

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Investments

$56,650 – $119,753

Franchise fee

35000-45000

Royalty fee

6%

We are a franchise company whose main focus is individualized one-on-one fitness, group sessions, and corporate fitness. When GYMGUYZ started in 2008 with only one van, we trained people only in the local area. Now, we have a fleet of vans and are servicing the tri-state area.

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Investments

$250,000 – $690,000

Franchise fee

$45,000 - $60,000

Royalty fee

6%

D1 stands out from the competition because it hires teams of highly qualified trainers, fitness experts and support personnel to provide clients with a level of fitness and training programs which is typically reserved for elite athletes at Division 1 schools.

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Investments

$188,275 – $270,525

Franchise fee

39000 

Royalty fee

7%

RedLine Athletics is a sports-specific training facility for all sports where highly accomplished athletes, former professionals and specially certified trainers help young athletes improve their fitness and skills to reach reach the next level. For some it is simply making the team while for others it may be earning an athletic scholarship.

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Investments

$173,900 – $266,650

Royalty fee

6%

Minimum Cash Required

$120,000

Start a fitness business with one of the best, manager-run franchise models in the industry. FIT36® delivers a proven business model backed by a management team with nearly a century of franchising expertise

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Investments

$85,249 – $144,499

Franchise fee

$9,999

Minimum Cash Required

$75,000

At blitz45 Every workout is a new experience, we never repeat the same programs which makes for exciting and fun workouts that produce great results!

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Investments

$31,300 – $117,610

Franchise fee

$20,000 - $50,000

Royalty fee

5-8%

We've assembled a great supportive team of highly skilled professionals to meet and hopefully exceed all of your franchising needs through a turn-key approach.

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Investments

$29,175 – $567,475

Franchise fee

$12,900 - $25,000

Royalty fee

8.75%

Hi-Five is your ticket to get in the game with your very own youth sports business. Hi-Five will give you the tools necessary to have your very own Hi-Five Sports Camp.

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Investments

$1,343,813 – $2,694,116

Franchise fee

$60,000

Royalty fee

6%

In 2004, SkyMania Fun Center opened in Las Vegas. The name was later changed to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park and the company began franchising in 2009. Each location offers a trampoline-lined playing court where customers can come for walk-in "open jump" times as well as parties, dodgeball tournaments, fitness classes and other events.

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Investments

$1,404,000 – $2,907,500

Franchise fee

$50,000

Royalty fee

6%

We launched Rockin’ Jump to create a family-friendly facility where people could have fun and stay fit in the process. Little did we know the impact our idea would have on so many people across the nation.

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Investments

$1,113,285 – $2,828,080

Franchise fee

$50,000

Royalty fee

6%

Launch is more than just trampolines. We provide our Guests with a complete family entertainment experience from the moment they walk in the door.

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Investments

$16,370 – $94,480

Franchise fee

$19,900

Royalty fee

8%

ONE Sports Nation has built a supply chain that includes name brand sports like the NFL, MLB, NBA, and we use Xara Soccer Uniforms that offer both international and City series player apparel. We use these brands because it’s what our customers know and it makes the youth sports experience fun!

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Investments

$139,738 – $331,950

Franchise fee

$39,950

Royalty fee

7%

No Limits Martial Arts is the most exciting, safest and highest quality of martial arts instruction. We create a positive impact within the community and the lives of each student who enters our facility. Our programs are for ages 4 & up; meaning teens parents and the whole family can join!

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Investments

$117,750 – $232,850

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

We offer classes for boys and girls ages 5 (in kindergarten) - 15 with new obstacles every week!

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Investments

$941,350 – $1,892,250

Franchise fee

$69,000

Royalty fee

5%

Founded by Eric Casaburi in 2002, New Jersey-based Retro Fitness began franchising in 2006. Retro Fitness gyms feature cardio equipment, circuit training equipment, movie theaters that play '80's films, weights, personal training, tanning, group fitness, a Retro Blends smoothie bar, supplements, and chiropractic services.

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Investments

$304,500 – $1,984,500

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

Franchising since 2010, Crunch fitness centers offer access to workout equipment, personal training, and a variety of classes to base members. Peak members, who pay a higher monthly membership fee, also receive tanning services, free guest passes, and access to an online fitness and nutrition program that includes meal planning, recipes, fitness videos and tools, and nutritional products.

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Investments

$231,600 – $353,750

Franchise fee

$49,500

Royalty fee

7%

Established in New York City in 2014, Row House was born from the idea that rowing is simply the most efficient, low-impact, high-energy, full-body workout for any fitness level that unites, inspires and drives people to dig a little deeper. With it's widespread & devoted national following, Row House will lead the market.

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Investments

$222,500 – $515,000

Franchise fee

$49,500

Royalty fee

6%

By the time they met in 2009, The Barre Code co-founders Jillian Lorenz and Ariana Chernin were well on their way to being independently established within the Chicago health scene as go-to fitness experts. Their shared passion for personal training and empowerment through positivity led to the creation of Barre Bee Fit (The Barre Code’s original identity), which officially launched in 2010 with its first studio in the up-and-coming River North neighborhood of Chicago.

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Investments

$857,080 – $4,234,750

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

7%

Planet Fitness got its start in 1992 when Michael Grondahl acquired a struggling gym. He reduced membership prices to compete against better-known brands and focused on serving occasional or first-time gym users. Every Planet Fitness location holds a pizza night for members once a month, as well as a bagel morning, and Tootsie Rolls are available at all times. Each gym also has a "Lunk Alarm" to discourage behaviors such as grunting and dropping weights.

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Investments

$563,529 – $999,121

Franchise fee

$49,500

Royalty fee

8%

Orangetheory Fitness studios offer trainer-led group workout sessions, which are broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training. Equipment used in the classes includes treadmills, rowing machines and free weights. Each participant also wears a heart-rate monitor, and their heart rate is displayed on screens during the workout. The company has been franchising since 2010.

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Investments

$180,000 – $338,000

Franchise fee

$38,000

Royalty fee

4%

Sally Edwards and Elizabeth Jansen opened the first Fleet Feet Sports in Sacramento, California, in 1976. In 1993, Tom Raynor purchased the company and moved the headquarters to Carrboro, North Carolina. Fleet Feet stores offer measurement, gait analysis and fitting services to help customers find the right athletic shoes, inserts, socks, sports bras and other athletic apparel.

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Investments

$155,500 – $536,700

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

4%

Brothers Chad and Kevin Olsen opened the first Pro Image store in Salt Lake City in 1985, and began franchising the concept a year later. Pro Image Sports stores sell licensed professional and collegiate sports apparel, hats and novelty items.

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Investments

$168,100 – $300,700

Franchise fee

$46,500

Royalty fee

7%

Pure Barre was founded by dancer, choreographer and fitness guru Carrie Rezabek Dorr. Carrie opened her first studio in the basement of an office building in Birmingham, MI in 2001. With no initial clients, staff, signage or even a bathroom, the concept took off as clients were amazed by the results they saw from the workout.