Eat The Frog Fitness

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Franchise Name: Eat The Frog Fitness

Industry: $100,000 – $250,000

Website: View Company Brochure

Phone: http://www.eatthefrogfitness.com

Franchise Location: 215-650-7345

Investement Level: Maryland, Virginia

Years in Business: 2

Training: Yes

Operating Units:

Available in: 2,2,Yes

About Eat The Frog Fitness Franchise:

ETF is the only fitness company in the market today that offers each member a personal training plan administered through group fitness classes. We combine Olympic training insights, fit tests, customized training plans, industry leading technology, 24/7 member access, and the lowest prices in the boutique fitness studio market to maximizes member results and investor earning potential.

Founded by Bryan Clay and Joe Culver, Eat The Frog Fitness is a new fitness training concept born from decades of elite, science-based athletic training and expert knowledge of the fitness industry.
As the USA Decathlon Silver Medalist at the 2004 Olympics and the Gold Medalist at the 2008 Olympics, Bryan earned the esteemed title as the “World’s Greatest Athlete.” Bryan continues to work as Brand Ambassador & Coaching Specialist at Azusa Pacific University and is an investing partner in PK Fitness, focusing on heart rate technology. Joe Culver, has spent the past two decades as an executive for several companies, as well as business entrepreneur and Founder/CEO of Thrive Community Fitness and TCF Franchising, Inc.
Bryan has taken his knowledge of successful fitness regimes and tailored them to create the ultimate training experience for people of all fitness levels.
Designed for the franchise owner that desires a profitable business without 60-80 hour work weeks. ETF Fitness studios operate on a low overhead, limited staff model. By offering 8-10 “live coached” group training sessions per day along with non-staffed virtual training sessions to supplement our members’ overall fitness program, ETF Fitness allows franchise owners to manage the business and still manage to have a life outside of “business” hours.