PERSONAL TRAINING Franchise FAQ
GYMGUYZ Has Answers
Becoming a part of the nation’s leading personal training franchise is an exciting adventure. However, we understand that you will have many questions. Part of what makes this opportunity so great is the strong support you will constantly receive from our team. We are here to help you every step of the way because our success depends on your success. Below you’ll find some answers to frequently asked questions. Please check them out, and if you have any lingering doubts or concerns, we invite you to reach out to us so we can provide an answer.
1) Do you help with hiring the coaches?
GYMGUYZ has invested a lot of time and money into determining the best programs to use to work efficiently. We currently use an end-to-end hiring management system that sources employees from the world’s leading job boards. This system allows us to screen, interview, verify, and hire employees all through the platform.
2) Can I be a passive owner?
The short answer? This is not a passive business. As you grow, within 3-4 years of opening, it may be possible to passively own the business. But the owner’s responsibilities include marketing, hiring coaches, and networking. This is a project management business. The ability to be a good networker is a key component to our business model.
3) Do I need fitness experience to be a franchise owner?
Owners do not need to have a Certification in fitness. However, basic knowledge and passion is a big plus.
4) What are the plans for GYMGUYZ in the future?
We are looking at going worldwide! Take the journey with us towards world domination!
5) Do I get a discount if I purchase multiple territories?
Yes! Please refer to our FDD.
6) How big of a territory do I get?
A basic territory is 100,000 people. Additional territories are available; fees apply.
7) Can I purchase a GYMGUYZ in a state where I do not reside?
Of course! Scalability is endless!
8) What type of support will I receive after the initial training is complete?
You will receive continuous support, including, but not limited to:
- Visits to your market
- Business planning
- Continuous training
- R&D for fitness trends
- Local market development
- Training videos
- Instructional videos
- Monthly webinars
- Weekly phone calls