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With gyms re-opening, there are new questions about where and how consumers choose to work out.
50 Years Into Running a Business, Jazzercise Founder Judi Sheppard Missett Doesn't Believe in Productivity for Productivity's Sake: 'I Focus More on Intention'
The founder reveals the routines and habits that have been formative to her success.
Their success came from leaning into their background, not shying away from it.
The affordable exercise chain managed to keep the doors of every single location open in 2021. In fact, it opened dozens more. That how it landed the #7 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking.
Covid-19 transformed a number of things, but the fitness industry saw one of the biggest shifts.
The Six-Figure Solopreneur World: How Much You Can Earn As An Independent Beauty or Fitness Professional?
Exploring the earning potential of two popular solopreneur careers. The results may surprise you.
Succeeding in both arenas comes down to these three things.
This DNA kit can help you make smarter decisions about your health.
This year's shift to digital is shaking up traditional fitness industry revenue models and presenting a plethora of opportunities for entrepreneurs willing to exercise their business muscles.
Yoga is a practice known for its mindful, do-no-harm teachings. But yoga studios are also businesses, and many in current COVID-19 red zones are still offering in-studio classes. We zero in on the yoga community in Phoenix, Arizona to decipher how various studios are approaching the pandemic, and what the future of the yogi business could look like.
The #7 company on our Franchise 500 list attracts first-time gym-goers with low prices and a shame-free environment.