Fitness Programs Franchises

  • Rank
  • Company/Description/Initial Investment
# 194
Soccer Shots Franchising LLC

Soccer Shots Franchising LLC

Initial Investment: $32K - $39K

# 201
My Gym Children's Fitness Center

My Gym Children's Fitness Center

Initial Investment: $34K - $247K

# 213
HappyFeet Legends Int'l.

HappyFeet Legends Int'l.

Initial Investment: $23K - $29K

# 276
i9 Sports

i9 Sports

Initial Investment: $45K - $70K

# 308
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

Initial Investment: $1.1M - $2.7M

# 343
Amazing Athletes

Amazing Athletes

Initial Investment: $34K - $56K

# 379
Little Gym, The

Little Gym, The

Initial Investment: $146K - $366K

# 403
Goldfish Swim School Franchising LLC

Goldfish Swim School Franchising LLC

Initial Investment: $1.4M - $1.9M

# 422
Tippi Toes Inc.

Tippi Toes Inc.

Initial Investment: $52K - $63K

# 428
D-BAT Academies Inc.

D-BAT Academies Inc.

Initial Investment: $310K - $607K

# 439
Parisi Speed School

Parisi Speed School

Initial Investment: $10K - $172K

# 455
Pro Martial Arts Franchise Corp.

Pro Martial Arts Franchise Corp.

Initial Investment: $143K - $200K

NR
Baby Boot Camp/Karna Fitness

Baby Boot Camp/Karna Fitness

Initial Investment: $5K - $10K

NR
Baby Power/Forever Kids

Baby Power/Forever Kids

Initial Investment: $88K - $111K

NR
British Swim School USA

British Swim School USA

Initial Investment: $75K - $113K

NR
Dodgeball2You

Dodgeball2You

Initial Investment: $37K - $72K

NR
Fit4Mom LLC

Fit4Mom LLC

Initial Investment: $2K - $18K

NR
Fun Bus Fitness Fun on Wheels

Fun Bus Fitness Fun on Wheels

Initial Investment: $85K - $115K

NR
Great Play Children's Gyms

Great Play Children's Gyms

Initial Investment: $189K - $427K

NR
Gym On Wheels

Gym On Wheels

Initial Investment: $27K - $51K

NR
Gymboree Play & Music

Gymboree Play & Music

Initial Investment: $120K - $277K

NR
Imagination Yoga

Imagination Yoga

Initial Investment: $7K - $13K

NR
JumpBunch Inc.

JumpBunch Inc.

Initial Investment: $40K - $74K

NR
Kidokinetics

Kidokinetics

Initial Investment: $43K - $57K

NR
Kids In Sports Franchising

Kids In Sports Franchising

Initial Investment: $203K - $331K

NR
Kidz On The Go

Kidz On The Go

Initial Investment: $100K - $125K

NR
Kinderdance Int'l. Inc.

Kinderdance Int'l. Inc.

Initial Investment: $15K - $46K

NR
Launch Trampoline Park

Launch Trampoline Park

Initial Investment: $887K - $1.8M

NR
Leap4Fun LLC

Leap4Fun LLC

Initial Investment: $27K - $52K

NR
Mighty Kicks

Mighty Kicks

Initial Investment: $9K - $15K

NR
NZone Sports of America Inc.

NZone Sports of America Inc.

Initial Investment: $41K - $56K

NR
One Sports Nation

One Sports Nation

Initial Investment: $33K - $139K

NR
RedLine Athletics

RedLine Athletics

Initial Investment: $134K - $224K

NR
Rockin' Jump

Rockin' Jump

Initial Investment: $892K - $1.9M

NR
Romp n' Roll

Romp n' Roll

Initial Investment: $200K - $287K

NR
SafeSplash Swim School

SafeSplash Swim School

Initial Investment: $45K - $1.5M

NR
Skyhawks Sports

Skyhawks Sports

Initial Investment: $23K - $68K

NR
Stretch-N-Grow Int'l. Inc.

Stretch-N-Grow Int'l. Inc.

Initial Investment: $30K - $30K

NR
SuperTots Sports Academy

SuperTots Sports Academy

Initial Investment: $18K - $55K

NR
TGA Premier Junior Golf

TGA Premier Junior Golf

Initial Investment: $16K - $67K

NR
TGA Premier Youth Tennis

TGA Premier Youth Tennis

Initial Investment: $16K - $67K

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The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500® ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

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All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it's been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

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