Precision Fitness eliminates the high costs traditionally associated with personal training and offers the structure and experience of an established fitness enterprise.
To buy a franchise with Precision Fitness, you'll need to have at least $20,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $60,000 - $85,000. They also offer financing. *
About Precision Fitness
Precision Fitness combines weight training, cardiovascular exercise and nutrition into a simple but powerful approach to personal health and fitness – and perhaps most importantly, it's remarkably different from a typical high-cost private gym or personal training environment. Precision Fitness offers private fitness training as low as $18 per session, making it uniquely affordable for the broadest reaches of the general public.
Thriving as a fitness business concept with continued growth over the last 12 years, Precision Fitness is now a franchised system offering exceptional value, operations training and support, established business systems, and franchise financing options. Based on proven systems and business operations, Precision Fitness eliminates the high costs traditionally associated with personal training and offers the structure and experience of an established fitness enterprise.
Why franchise with Precision Fitness?
Fitness entrepreneur Mike Salerno has developed a proven system of operation that defines Precision Fitness as both a viable fitness business and the new wave in affordable personal training. Our proven track record of success shows trainers can be more profitable than ever, achieve more results for more people and still offer a lower per session rate.
Is a fitness franchise for me?
Health and fitness is for everybody, and personal training is no longer only accessible to a select set of elite people who can afford private training. Whether you're simply interested in fitness or are an experienced trainer seeking a significantly brighter professional outlook, our proven system of operation can give you the support and structure you need to build your own established fitness enterprise.
What do I get in my franchise agreement with Precision Fitness?
Franchisers receive hands-on attention from Precision Fitness' founder, fitness entrepreneur Mike Salerno, and other staff as required. Franchisers who are new to personal training will take advantage of the full slate of training and fitness instruction provided; experienced trainers may want to leverage their own techniques and experience within the system of operation that is the foundation for Precision Fitness.
Can you set my expectations for revenue and growth of my franchise?
Revenue varies from location to location, however it's part of our job as your franchise company to position you for the greatest success. Choosing your location, designing your space, selecting and setting up fitness equipment and cardiovascular training machines, and opening your doors quickly and efficiently is something we foster for each franchise owner.
Is this a full-time job?
Do you want this to be a full-time job? Our franchisees vary greatly in how they run their personal business along with their fitness enterprise. Some owners are hands-on from start to finish and others entrust their daily operations in the hands of responsible and experienced fitness business associates.
Is financing available?
Precision Fitness has established its own finance company to support the growth of its franchises nationwide. Franchisees do not need large sums of cash or even home ownership; with a small down payment, Precision Fitness can finance the cost of your franchise over a comfortable five-year period.
Precision Fitness has established strategic partnerships that provide a range of franchise financing options. Franchisees don't need large sums of cash or even home ownership to get started. Although costs vary slightly by location, you can open your own Precision Fitness franchise for $60,000 to $70,000, including up to $5,000 in grand opening advertising/marketing dollars.
Washington, Utah, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, California, Arizona
Interested parties should have at least $20,000 in liquid capital to invest.