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Mayweather Boxing + Fitness looks for expansion with launch of franchise programme

Our goal is to have Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studios in neighborhoods all over the world
– Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Mayweather Boxing + Fitness has revealed details of its domestic franchising and international territory rights programme, which it says will enable it to expand the brand globally.

The fitness chain – created by former six-weight boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. last year – currently operates one site in Los Angeles.

The boxing legend has revealed plans to have 200 new openings within two years and to reach 500 sites in five years – and is hoping to drive the growth by offering low-cost franchise deals.

Mayweather said entrepreneurs will have the chance to open a new Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio for as little as US$200,000 (€170,000, £152,000); or to convert an existing fitness business into a Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio starting from around US$70,000 (€60,000, £53,000).

"Our goal is to have Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studios in neighbourhoods all over the world, providing fitness programmes for anyone who wants to train more effectively," Mayweather said.

Each Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio will offer class-based boxing and functional training workouts for all levels of fitness, along with advanced tech features, including individual Virtual Reality sessions, heart-rate monitoring and daily workout videos.

The VR experience features a virtual Mayweather coaching individual users through routines that he himself used during his boxing career.

Mayweather said he will have a hands-on role in the venture as chair, with James Williams – a business development specialist and former Bain & Co. team leader – overseeing day-to-day operations as CEO.

Mike Melby, credited with expanding the UFC Gyms brand from six to 200 sites, is also part of the management team.

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Mayweather Boxing + Fitness has revealed details of its domestic franchising and international territory rights programme, which it says will enable it to expand the brand globally.
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My dream is for our industry to have a much more significant impact on global health; there is still so much more we can do - Rasmus Ingerslev
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Mayweather Boxing + Fitness looks for expansion with launch of franchise programme

Our goal is to have Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studios in neighborhoods all over the world
– Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Mayweather Boxing + Fitness has revealed details of its domestic franchising and international territory rights programme, which it says will enable it to expand the brand globally.

The fitness chain – created by former six-weight boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. last year – currently operates one site in Los Angeles.

The boxing legend has revealed plans to have 200 new openings within two years and to reach 500 sites in five years – and is hoping to drive the growth by offering low-cost franchise deals.

Mayweather said entrepreneurs will have the chance to open a new Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio for as little as US$200,000 (€170,000, £152,000); or to convert an existing fitness business into a Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio starting from around US$70,000 (€60,000, £53,000).

"Our goal is to have Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studios in neighbourhoods all over the world, providing fitness programmes for anyone who wants to train more effectively," Mayweather said.

Each Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio will offer class-based boxing and functional training workouts for all levels of fitness, along with advanced tech features, including individual Virtual Reality sessions, heart-rate monitoring and daily workout videos.

The VR experience features a virtual Mayweather coaching individual users through routines that he himself used during his boxing career.

Mayweather said he will have a hands-on role in the venture as chair, with James Williams – a business development specialist and former Bain & Co. team leader – overseeing day-to-day operations as CEO.

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Member payments
It’s essential for clubs that the payment process is as easy to use as possible. HCM caught up with some of the leading member payment services to find out how they’re helping clubs
Features
Strength training
You may be able to help your members and customers avoid or reverse osteoporosis by encouraging weight bearing activities, as Liz Terry reports
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Over 300 fitness executives gathered in Singapore recently for the World Fit Summit. HCM’s Steph Eaves attended to chat with CEO and founder Ross Campbell and find out more about the industry in Asia
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I believe we all have untapped potential. And we all need support to achieve our goals. Centr puts the world’s best in the palm of your hand, to help you develop a healthier body, stronger mind, and a happier life - CHRIS HEMSWORTH
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The issue holding things back is not GPs’ lack of belief in the power of physical activity – it’s the lack of a quality offer they can refer to. We need to look at the supplier side, so all GPs have access to a good quality provider of exercise
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We want to develop the next generation of health and wellbeing centres, offering a mix of clinical, physical and emotional wellbeing services
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Technology is shaping the way we do fitness. Personal trainers seek the latest innovations to elevate their business services. Electro-muscle stimulation (EMS) takes fitness technology to a whole new level, using the best of technology to ensure faster results compared to any other workout
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