HOW DO I MAKE A LIVING WITH STUDIO FITNESS?
To start, let's talk about how fitness studio owners make money. Eat The Frog Fitness owners make money through three primary revenue streams. First, through recurring membership dues ranging from an average of $99.95 to $299.95. A 2021 research report from IRSHA states that members will pay more for an experience and perceived value. The average cost per visit paid by studio members is more than twice the per-visit cost of overall members at big box gyms.
The second way that studio owners make money is through retail sales, including coveted
merchandise and FrogPod Heart Rate Monitor's vital to the Eat The Frog Fitness Experience.
The last way that studio owners earn a living is through upgrades and add-on services.
Today, buying a fitness franchise appears to be a choice between large big box gyms that offer
low-cost memberships and boutique studio fitness that offers experiential fitness with higher-end memberships. Studio fitness allows you to have fewer members since the per member revenue is much higher.
An Eat The Frog Fitness franchise owner's initial Franchise Fee for a single location is $49,000. We also offer multi-unit discounts based on the number of units purchased and Military Veteran discounts as a thank you to those who have served our country.
To inquire further about multi-unit studio ownership or Military Veteran discounts, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.