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Interview – Amen Iseghohi: Amen Iseghohi

Inspired by his childhood in West Africa, Amen Iseghohi launched Amenzone, a chain of back-to-basics gyms that bans mirrors and uses recycled tyres to get its members fit. Magali Robathan finds out more

By Magali Robathan, CLAD mag | Published in Health Club Management 2014 issue 10
We don’t allow mirrors or TVs, and because people aren’t plugged into their headphones, they communicate with each other a lot more

Launched by founder Amen Iseghohi in 2008, Amenzone Fitness is based on a minimalist approach that uses tyres and members’ body strength and movement to get fit. Classes include boxing, primal fitness, yoga and rebel workout, each using tyres in different ways.

The first Amenzone gym opened in Scottsdale, Arizona, US in June 2008. Since then, Amenzone Fitness Corporate has opened two further gyms in Arizona, both in 2013. Amenzone launched its franchising business in 2012 and there are now six franchise gyms open across the US, with a further 23 franchises sold. The first Amenzone outside Arizona opened in Manhattan Beach, California in September 2013, with a second California gym in Santa Monica that opened this summer.

How did you get the idea for Amenzone?
I was born in Belgium but raised in London. When I was eight, my parents decided they wanted me and my sister to have a deeper understanding of our heritage and a greater appreciation of what was really important in life, so they took us to live in West Africa.

At first I thought it was some kind of punishment – coming from somewhere we’d had so many privileges, waking up, eating cereal and watching cartoons, I suddenly found myself in a place with no TV, no electricity – it was very primal.

My grandmother, a former athlete, wanted to keep us active. The compound we lived on was filled with tyres, so she used them as a way of keeping us fit, but also as a tool to teach us about life. We’d race the tyres, and when we felt like giving up she’d say, no, you can’t give up in life – you have to keep going. You need to move forward, just as a tyre turns and moves.

When I moved to America in 2003, I immediately noticed the high obesity rate. I realised it wasn’t a local or city problem – it was a global epidemic. I thought about it and thought, this issue isn’t so much about a lack of fitness or good nutrition – it’s a disease rooted in a problem that everyone seems to be ignoring. If you don’t feel good about yourself, you don’t care what you do to yourself. My grandmother used fitness as a tool to motivate us, but she was always focused on our self-esteem. I thought, that’s it – the reason I’m in shape is that I feel good about who I am.

I decided to build my business, and the non-profit foundation that runs alongside it, on the same premise, which is that you should build self-esteem first. We’re using fitness as a vehicle for self-empowerment.

I had corporate jobs when I first moved to the US – first for Coca-Cola, then for flooring company Shaw Industries. But my vision for Amenzone had already started with one kid and one tyre in a park. I gave up my corporate job, where I was making more than US$100,000 a year, and took one of the biggest risks of my life to work on this new project.

How do you build self-esteem through your gyms?
We don’t allow mirrors in our gyms and we have inspirational quotes on the wall, so instead of looking at themselves as they work out, members read powerful messages. We also don’t have any TVs, and because people aren’t plugged into their headphones they communicate with each other a lot more. That’s been really successful, because a lot of folks are tired of going to gyms where you don’t talk to anyone – where you just watch TV and run on a treadmill. Our approach is a way of going back to basics.

At the end of each class, the trainers pass on an inspirational message to the class, then they hold open the door for the members, shake each and every one of them by hand and thank them for taking the time to be there.

It means the trainers make a personal connection with everyone and get to know them. A small thing like that can make a big difference. At Amenzone it’s about more than just fitness. It’s about working from the inside out, working on the spiritual and the mental aspect as well as the physical aspect.

How do you use tyres in your fitness classes?
The tyres are really just a prop – we tell people they can use anything in their environment. In my case, tyres were what I had, so that’s what I used.

We have hundreds of exercises you can do with just one tyre. Once you’ve done our classes, you’ll never look at a tyre in the same way again.

We do strength conditioning, upper body, lower body and core workouts. We use the tyres to help our members put on lean muscle mass. Anything you do in a regular fitness class, we’ll do with tyres – we’ve even launched an athletic yoga programme that incorporates the tyres into the movements.

All of our tyres are recycled and colour-coded by weight. The green tyres are our lightest tyres at about 10–12lbs, the red tyres are our middle level tyres at about 15–20lbs, and the black tyres are our advanced tyres – they weigh 20, 25 or even sometimes 30lbs. They’re for people who really want to take their bodies to the next level. We also have tractor tyres, which we use in our work with professional athletes.

What’s the Amenzone Foundation?
It’s a non-profit foundation with an established board. We partner with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America – which is similar to YMCA – to get our programmes into the community. It’s a free after-school programme sponsored by corporates and angel investors.

United Healthcare is a partner of ours; the company has rolled out our programme to several schools and Boys and Girls Clubs. They liked our concept because it’s unique and it works – what kid doesn’t like to play with tyres?

We use fitness as a vehicle to build self-esteem and get our message out about the importance of physical and mental self-care. It’s important that we focus on self-esteem as well as nutrition and fitness, and we monitor the progress of the young people in the programme. At the start, we carry out a range of tests and ask questions about fitness, nutrition and self-esteem. After a period of time, we go through all the tests again so that we can measure the effect the programme is having.

We go into a lot of very hard-hit, economically deprived communities to show these kids another way.

What about the next year?
Amenzone is such a simple, scaleable model. We’ve already been approached by international groups who want to take it to Australia and the UK, but for the next year we’re focused on growing organically across the US via our franchise business. From a corporate perspective, our main focus is on New York and LA, which are both perfect markets for us, but we’ll accommodate any other cities that fit our demographic and what we’re trying to accomplish.

We’ve sold 10 franchises within the greater Los Angeles area and have two LA gyms open already. LA may just be our largest market. Our first Amenzone in New York will also open very soon.

And your long-term vision?
We’ll have gyms across the globe. For every Amenzone Fitness gym location, we also want to have an Amenzone Foundation programme. I refuse to compromise on that. Any franchisee that comes on board has to be willing to make a difference in their community.

This feature first appeared in Leisure Management, issue 3 2014.

Amenzone Fitness History

June 2008
Amenzone Fitness launches its first gym, in North Scottsdale, Arizona, US

2012
Amenzone launches its franchising efforts

March 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in Fountain Hills, Arizona

June 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in South Scottsdale, Arizona

Sept 2013
First Amenzone Fitness opens outside of Arizona, with the launch of Amenzone Fitness Manhattan Beach, California

Oct 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in Biltmore Fashion Park, Phoenix, Arizona

Nov 2013
Amenzone Fitness Arrowhead opens in Glendale, Arizona

Dec 2013
Amenzone Fitness DC Ranch opens in Scottsdale, Arizona

July 2014
Amenzone’s second California gym opens in Santa Monica

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The walls of the gym are covered with messages to motivate members
The walls of the gym are covered with messages to motivate members
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The Amenzone Foundation offers a free after-school programme for the community
The Amenzone Foundation offers a free after-school programme for the community
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Interview – Amen Iseghohi: Amen Iseghohi

Inspired by his childhood in West Africa, Amen Iseghohi launched Amenzone, a chain of back-to-basics gyms that bans mirrors and uses recycled tyres to get its members fit. Magali Robathan finds out more

By Magali Robathan, CLAD mag | Published in Health Club Management 2014 issue 10
We don’t allow mirrors or TVs, and because people aren’t plugged into their headphones, they communicate with each other a lot more

Launched by founder Amen Iseghohi in 2008, Amenzone Fitness is based on a minimalist approach that uses tyres and members’ body strength and movement to get fit. Classes include boxing, primal fitness, yoga and rebel workout, each using tyres in different ways.

The first Amenzone gym opened in Scottsdale, Arizona, US in June 2008. Since then, Amenzone Fitness Corporate has opened two further gyms in Arizona, both in 2013. Amenzone launched its franchising business in 2012 and there are now six franchise gyms open across the US, with a further 23 franchises sold. The first Amenzone outside Arizona opened in Manhattan Beach, California in September 2013, with a second California gym in Santa Monica that opened this summer.

How did you get the idea for Amenzone?
I was born in Belgium but raised in London. When I was eight, my parents decided they wanted me and my sister to have a deeper understanding of our heritage and a greater appreciation of what was really important in life, so they took us to live in West Africa.

At first I thought it was some kind of punishment – coming from somewhere we’d had so many privileges, waking up, eating cereal and watching cartoons, I suddenly found myself in a place with no TV, no electricity – it was very primal.

My grandmother, a former athlete, wanted to keep us active. The compound we lived on was filled with tyres, so she used them as a way of keeping us fit, but also as a tool to teach us about life. We’d race the tyres, and when we felt like giving up she’d say, no, you can’t give up in life – you have to keep going. You need to move forward, just as a tyre turns and moves.

When I moved to America in 2003, I immediately noticed the high obesity rate. I realised it wasn’t a local or city problem – it was a global epidemic. I thought about it and thought, this issue isn’t so much about a lack of fitness or good nutrition – it’s a disease rooted in a problem that everyone seems to be ignoring. If you don’t feel good about yourself, you don’t care what you do to yourself. My grandmother used fitness as a tool to motivate us, but she was always focused on our self-esteem. I thought, that’s it – the reason I’m in shape is that I feel good about who I am.

I decided to build my business, and the non-profit foundation that runs alongside it, on the same premise, which is that you should build self-esteem first. We’re using fitness as a vehicle for self-empowerment.

I had corporate jobs when I first moved to the US – first for Coca-Cola, then for flooring company Shaw Industries. But my vision for Amenzone had already started with one kid and one tyre in a park. I gave up my corporate job, where I was making more than US$100,000 a year, and took one of the biggest risks of my life to work on this new project.

How do you build self-esteem through your gyms?
We don’t allow mirrors in our gyms and we have inspirational quotes on the wall, so instead of looking at themselves as they work out, members read powerful messages. We also don’t have any TVs, and because people aren’t plugged into their headphones they communicate with each other a lot more. That’s been really successful, because a lot of folks are tired of going to gyms where you don’t talk to anyone – where you just watch TV and run on a treadmill. Our approach is a way of going back to basics.

At the end of each class, the trainers pass on an inspirational message to the class, then they hold open the door for the members, shake each and every one of them by hand and thank them for taking the time to be there.

It means the trainers make a personal connection with everyone and get to know them. A small thing like that can make a big difference. At Amenzone it’s about more than just fitness. It’s about working from the inside out, working on the spiritual and the mental aspect as well as the physical aspect.

How do you use tyres in your fitness classes?
The tyres are really just a prop – we tell people they can use anything in their environment. In my case, tyres were what I had, so that’s what I used.

We have hundreds of exercises you can do with just one tyre. Once you’ve done our classes, you’ll never look at a tyre in the same way again.

We do strength conditioning, upper body, lower body and core workouts. We use the tyres to help our members put on lean muscle mass. Anything you do in a regular fitness class, we’ll do with tyres – we’ve even launched an athletic yoga programme that incorporates the tyres into the movements.

All of our tyres are recycled and colour-coded by weight. The green tyres are our lightest tyres at about 10–12lbs, the red tyres are our middle level tyres at about 15–20lbs, and the black tyres are our advanced tyres – they weigh 20, 25 or even sometimes 30lbs. They’re for people who really want to take their bodies to the next level. We also have tractor tyres, which we use in our work with professional athletes.

What’s the Amenzone Foundation?
It’s a non-profit foundation with an established board. We partner with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America – which is similar to YMCA – to get our programmes into the community. It’s a free after-school programme sponsored by corporates and angel investors.

United Healthcare is a partner of ours; the company has rolled out our programme to several schools and Boys and Girls Clubs. They liked our concept because it’s unique and it works – what kid doesn’t like to play with tyres?

We use fitness as a vehicle to build self-esteem and get our message out about the importance of physical and mental self-care. It’s important that we focus on self-esteem as well as nutrition and fitness, and we monitor the progress of the young people in the programme. At the start, we carry out a range of tests and ask questions about fitness, nutrition and self-esteem. After a period of time, we go through all the tests again so that we can measure the effect the programme is having.

We go into a lot of very hard-hit, economically deprived communities to show these kids another way.

What about the next year?
Amenzone is such a simple, scaleable model. We’ve already been approached by international groups who want to take it to Australia and the UK, but for the next year we’re focused on growing organically across the US via our franchise business. From a corporate perspective, our main focus is on New York and LA, which are both perfect markets for us, but we’ll accommodate any other cities that fit our demographic and what we’re trying to accomplish.

We’ve sold 10 franchises within the greater Los Angeles area and have two LA gyms open already. LA may just be our largest market. Our first Amenzone in New York will also open very soon.

And your long-term vision?
We’ll have gyms across the globe. For every Amenzone Fitness gym location, we also want to have an Amenzone Foundation programme. I refuse to compromise on that. Any franchisee that comes on board has to be willing to make a difference in their community.

This feature first appeared in Leisure Management, issue 3 2014.

Amenzone Fitness History

June 2008
Amenzone Fitness launches its first gym, in North Scottsdale, Arizona, US

2012
Amenzone launches its franchising efforts

March 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in Fountain Hills, Arizona

June 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in South Scottsdale, Arizona

Sept 2013
First Amenzone Fitness opens outside of Arizona, with the launch of Amenzone Fitness Manhattan Beach, California

Oct 2013
Amenzone Fitness opens in Biltmore Fashion Park, Phoenix, Arizona

Nov 2013
Amenzone Fitness Arrowhead opens in Glendale, Arizona

Dec 2013
Amenzone Fitness DC Ranch opens in Scottsdale, Arizona

July 2014
Amenzone’s second California gym opens in Santa Monica

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Amen Iseghohi
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The walls of the gym are covered with messages to motivate members
The walls of the gym are covered with messages to motivate members
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The tyres are colour-coded by weight for different exercises, and instructors aim to connect with every individual member
The Amenzone Foundation offers a free after-school programme for the community
The Amenzone Foundation offers a free after-school programme for the community
https://www.leisureopportunities.co.uk/images/HCM2014_10amen.jpg
Inspired by his childhood in Africa, Amen Iseghohi launched a chain of back-to-basics gyms that use recycled tyres. He talks to Magali Robathan
Amen Iseghohi, Amenzone Magali Robathan, Journalist,Amen Iseghohi, back-to-basics, tyres, Amenzone
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