A healthy investment

Fueling your future

Breaking down the investment that will change your life

Initial investment:

CAD$152,300 - $424,000,
plus US$127,300 - $274,900³

Performance Estimates:

965 Average Members¹
$47,026.31 Average Personal Training Revenue²

Financial requirements:

- $75,000 Liquid Assets
- $250,000 Net Worth
- $75,000 Combined Household Income

Personal Training Revenue

$47,026.31 Average Personal Training Revenue²

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Crossing the finish line

A look into your future

Functional fitness
Personal Training
24/7 Member Access
Heart Rate Training
Daily MYFIT workouts

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  • Previous business experience
  • Passion for changing lives
  • An entrepreneurial spirit
  • Self-motivated
  • People person
  • Motivated by results

Our club owners are trail blazers in one of the fastest growing industries in the world with a passion for helping members exceed their fitness goals. If you’re interested in joining a nation of fit, here are a few qualities we’re looking for:

Are you Snap Nation strong?

Be the next Snap Fitness success story: Invest in a Snap Fitness Franchise!

What are we looking for in a Snap Fitness owner?

Our club owners are trail blazers in one of the fastest growing industries in the world with a passion for helping members exceed their fitness goals. If you’re interested in joining a nation of fit, here are a few qualities we’re looking for:

  • Previous business experience
  • Passion for changing lives
  • An entrepreneurial spirit
  • Self-motivated
  • People person
  • Motivated by results

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*This information is not an offer for a franchise. Such an offer can only be made through our Franchise Disclosure Document. Contact us if you do not have a copy.
1 - See Item 19 of the Canadian FDD. This reflects the average number of monthly club members during calendar year 2017 for the top 15% of Canadian clubs that have been in operation for at least 24 months as of December 31, 2017. Of the stated average, 4 (36%) of the Clubs attained or exceeded the average. The average number of monthly club members during calendar year 2017 for all 73 Canadian clubs that have been in operation for at least 24 months as of December 31, 2017 is 570 members; of which 29 (40%) of these Clubs attained or exceeded the average. Your results may differ. There is no assurance that you will have as many members.
2 - See Item 19 of the Canadian FDD. This reflects the average personal training revenue experienced by the 27 Canadian clubs that operated for a full 24 months as of December 31, 2017 and reported an average of at least $1,000 per month of personal training revenue. Of the stated average, 11 (41%) of the Clubs attained or exceeded the average. Your results may differ. There is no assurance that you will earn as much.
3 – See Item 7 of the 2018 Canadian FDD.