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F45 lands in golf clubs with Concert Golf Partners

F45 expands. The gym chain has teamed up with Concert Golf Partners, owner and operator of stores boutiques of luxury private golf and count


F45 expands. The gym chain has teamed up with Concert Golf Partners, owner and operator of stores boutiques of luxury private golf and country clubs in the United States, with the objective of opening and operating F45 studios in franchised clubs.

Concert Golf Partners will open and operate new F45 studios in its network of private clubs. The first club to be launched by the company will be the Indian Spring Country Club in Boyton Beach, Florida.

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Concert Golf Partners, backed by Blackstone, will help members achieve their health and wellness goals in the comfort and convenience of their own club,” said Adam J. Gilchrist, President, CEO and President. of F45.

“With over 14,000 golf courses and country clubs in the United States, this one-of-a-kind partnership with F45 is very exciting as we seek to execute in our vast and expanding total addressable market, our vision is to continue to deliver our incredible training. F45 to so many new members on new and exciting channels like country clubs, ”adds the manager.

F45 requires an investment of between 300,000 euros and 400,000 euros per franchise and, on average, A turnover of between 600,000 euros and 900,000 euros is estimated. In addition, to obtain a license, the franchisee has to pay 60,000 euros, but needs an initial capital of 120,000 euros or 130,000 euros from the brand, before starting to recruit the team.

The centers have around 200 square meters and in Spain they have an average of 200 users or 300 users per license. The chain is cataloged within the range premium and the average price per subscription is 150 euros, which include unlimited workouts and a nutritional plan. The profile is usually between 25 and 45 years old, but reaches 60 years, and more women than men.