RLJ Entertainment Announces New Digital Fitness Channel Acacia TV
Potential candidates should meet the following criteria: To open one club: Total liquid assets of all partners: $500,000 Total net worth of all partners: $1.5 million To develop an area (minimum of 5 clubs): Total liquid assets of all partners: $1.5 million Total net worth of all partners: $3 million To learn more about franchising opportunities, visit: http://www.planetfitness.com/health-club-franchise . Planet Fitness is truly unlike any other fitness concept in the industry with its innovative, no hassle approach to working out. Consistently included on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America, Planet Fitness prides itself on providing a non-intimidating environment in its “Judgement Free Zone” at extremely affordable prices ($10 a month, or $19.99 a month for the PF Black Card).
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The channel also features several workouts for exercisers over 50 with Ageless with Kathy Smith: Staying Strong and Total Body Turnaround, Keeping Fit in Your 50s, Arthritis Rx and Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman. SparkPeople.com’s popular editor-in-chief and trainer, Nicole Nichols, hosts the channel and guides subscribers through some of the features and benefits of Acacia TV with several introductory videos. Nicole’s first SparkPeople DVD workouts, 28-Day Boot Camp and Total Body Sculpting,are also included. SparkPeople.com is America’s #1 online weight-loss and fitness community with more than 15 million members worldwide. The channel also features several pre-set programs with introductions by Nicole, including a five-day dance plan with Bollywood, hip hop, Latin groove, Brazilian and belly dance; a seven-day lean & toned plan focused on ballet inspired barre workouts; and a seven-day beginners program with beginner’s p90X3 workouts cardio, strength training, Pilates and Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout.
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Anytime http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm Fitness flexes its muscles with a Massachusetts expansion
Over the next two or three years, were going to have a lot of growth here. A typical Anytime Fitness club is 4,500 square feet in size, with cardiovascular machines and weight equipment as well as space for classes. Each location employs one to four people, although there are often times when no staffer is on site. Members can access these clubs at any hour of the day thus the companys name via key fobs. Runyon says the typical cost runs $35 to $45 a month, depending on the market. This model seems to have caught on: Anytime boasts of roughly 2,400 locations, spread among more than 1,400 franchisees worldwide.
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