How Much Can a D1 Gym Owner Make?

WHAT TO EXPECT WITH OUR NON-TRADITIONAL GYM FRANCHISE

D1 Training’s unique membership model opens up huge fitness franchise opportunities. We are an athletics and fitness franchise with the history, knowledge, and experience to help franchise owners develop a powerful brand image and grow their businesses in their communities. Since our founding, we have helped thousands of athletes achieve their goals and improve performance, speed, and strength, and as we continue to grow, so too does our reputation for being the home of elite athleticism.

Startup costs for traditional stores range from $192,450-$634,777, which makes D1 Training a low-cost investment opportunity with the potential for high returns in an explosive growth industry. Our business model is ideal for entrepreneurs who are passionate about creating an atmosphere of elite training, where members aren’t just members. They become athletes. The franchise fee for a D1 Training franchise is $59,500. At the same time, the D1 Training model is a potentially lucrative model.

With 60+ facilities in operation, ranging from less than a year to more than 7 years, our franchise owners produce average revenues of $542,272, with our top franchise locations exceeding $1 million a year. When you compare D1 Training to other fitness and gym franchise concepts, the competition just doesn’t stack up.

Check out our FAQ page for more information about our fitness franchise and then reach out to us with any questions you may have.

What Our Franhisees Have to say

Kevin Engelbrecht, Franchisee in Dallas, TX

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