D1 Training

What Does a D1 Training Franchise Cost?

Cash Required:$80,000
Net Worth Required:$500,000
Total Investment:$194,000 - $664,000

Franchisor Details

Total Units:50+ open, 100 territories sold
Year Founded:2001
Franchising Since:2016
Awards:
Entrepreneur.com: 59 Men's Health - Ranked as one of the Top 30 Gyms in America. Entrepreneur Top 10 Fitness Franchise Top New Franchise for 2019 (#59)

The D1 Edge

Kid’s sports are a nationwide CRAZE, now a $15 Billion industry! We all want our kids to compete at the highest level but there is only one place that truly offers training typically reserved for a division one athlete.

D1 brings the division one training experience to the public, and the product works – over 40 professional athletes already on board as owners or franchisees. This model offers recurring income and income that is highly diversified with over 60% revenue generated from youth.

Our core values set us apart. From the owner of the facility down to the newest members, everyone strives to exemplify the D1 spirit. Embrace our core values and change the shape of your city.


Why D1?

D1 is the most innovative training company in the country, leading the market in both athletic-based group fitness and sports performance. The demand for D1's highly personal training offered in a group setting and in a professional athletic environment is skyrocketing.

D1 Training franchise is a membership-based gym and boutique fitness franchise that provides individual and group training classes in a state-of-the-art facility, the likes of which are normally found on the campuses of the biggest schools and in the training centers of the best teams.

Train like a D1 Athlete! Our trainers provide instruction in basic athleticism, advanced cross-training and fitness, and targeted workouts to improve overall performance. D1 Training is the advanced gym for the whole family. Owning a D1 franchise is the kind of potentially lucrative business opportunity entrepreneurs crave. Our model is built on small-group personal training classes and an athletic-focused philosophy, our fitness facilities are able to focus on providing the best fitness and training programs on the market.

Many of our staff and owners were elite athletes at D1 schools. After all, it takes the best to train the best — and that’s exactly what we’re doing at D1 Training.

D1 Business Model and Benefits

  • Youth Focus - Over 60% of revenue generated from youth
  • Character Development
  • Multiple Recurring Revenue Streams
  • Semi-Absentee and Multi-Unit
  • Strong ROI Opportunity
  • Booming Industries - $15B Youth Sports Market AND $38B Fitness Industry
  • Proven Model - Few Employees
  • Highly Scalable
  • Recommended Size is 4000-8000 square feet
  • Proven per sales process that generates revenue prior to facility opening
  • This is not a fad
  • Turnkey Systems

Training and Support

D1 provides you with training from the best teams in franchising which positions you for long-term growth. You'll attend a week-long training program at D1's home office and flagship fitness facility in Nashville, TN.

Training and assistance includes:

  • Lease negotiations
  • Remodeling and construction
  • Equipment purchases
  • Hiring, training and scheduling staff
  • Billing system
  • Designing workouts
Your training doesn't end there. You'll continue with self-guided study, nearly constant contact with support staff and an extensive network of other franchise owners and their staffs.

The Match!

The ideal Franchisee must be passionate about sports and fitness, has the drive and desire to help people become their best possible selves, and has the energy to work tirelessly to make your business grow! Physical fitness background not required.

Please only submit if you meet the requirements of $80,000 minimum cash, $500,000 minimum net worth, and 700+ credit score.

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D1 Training is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin.

Interested parties should have at least $80,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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