Bodystreet franchisees are enjoying a soar in demand from people seeking to get fit as we come out of the pandemic. “Clearly there’s been a massive increase in awareness to get and stay fit following everyone’s experience during lockdown” – cites Mark Holland CEO of Bodystreet. However, not everyone has the time, or motivation, to go to a traditional gym. That’s where our once-a-week 20-minute workout scores highly with those with busy lifestyles”.
A great example of what’s been happening across the network is seen at Bodystreet MK Station where Idai Makaya and his team have seen a huge increase in memberships and turnover. In fact, the turnover has more than doubled since his studio re-opened in April 2021.
If you are interested in opening a fitness business maybe Bodystreet is one you should take a look at:
Very low investment £59,950 which includes, your initial fee, training, studio equipment and furniture, launch marketing, legal fees, rent deposit, studio re fit and working capital.