Hot Feet is a community studio. Each studio has only 1 full-time employee and 2-4 dozen trainers that work 1-3 hours per week. The ideal managers and trainers come from the members and would lead for free. Hot Feet offers a variety of class-based and scheduled classes. Members can stretch, workout, meditate, practice yoga and more! Hot Feet is a fun and vibrate destination within the community.
To buy a franchise with Hot Feet Fitness, you'll need to have at least $50,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $2,000,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $500,000. *
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Hot Feet Founder, Jerrod Sessler, was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given a 5% chance to live over 20 years ago. He refused conventional medicine and instead changed his diet and lifestyle. Jerrod has already found success in franchising with multiple service brands such as Pet Butler, Lawn Army, Yellow Van Handyman, and others. His personal passion for health and fitness is expressed in Hot Feet Fitness and Freggies.
Health problems are nothing new. The approach that Hot Feet takes a solution is markedly different, however. People will change when they are inspired to so Hot Feet exists to inspire people to be their best. Doing that and structuring a support system that is community driven is the ideal way to help people help themselves. Hot Feet has developed the HFF Inspiration Library (TM) of tools and items that are used throughout the year to challenge, charge-up, and motivate their members to make life-giving and healthy changes.
Bodyweight fitness routines including yoga are the fastest growing segment of the ever-growing fitness and personal health industry. Hot Feet Fitness make efficient use of comfortable studios by offering a wide variety of class types throughout the week.
Hot Feet Fitness (HFF) is a community studio that is run by only one FTE. All of the trainers and Ambassadors are volunteers or work only 1-3 hours per week. The community aspect is vital to the overall mission.
HFF great systems, multi-class-type format, community emphasis, recurring revenue model, and heavy emphasis on solving the health and fitness challenges makes Hot Feet a vital member of each community and a great investment.
Due to the HFF founder's long history in franchising, HFF has an amazing digital support system which manages memberships, billing, scheduling, and more.
Investors must be able to secure funding for the first and subsequent Hot Feet Fitness studios. Franchise Partners need to be willing, excited, and able to open several studios within the initial few years.
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Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.