F45 Training

The F45 Training franchise was founded in 2011 by two Australians, Adam Gilchrist and Rob Deutsch, in Texas as a way to modernize gym participation. Since then, the fitness franchise has taken the world by storm and was called one of the world's top fitness franchises by Entrepeneur. The brand is known for using the best technology and are leaders in functional training, meaning that this type of training is designed to be performed in daily life and uses muscle systems that help people perform better in their lives. If you're looking to invest in an industry leader that is expanding and helping people achieve their fitness goals, then the F45 Training franchise is for you.

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F45 Training Franchise Cost and Requirements for 2024


Getting into a fitness routine isn't easy. People make excuses to avoid going to the gym, such as they don't have the time to go to a gym. In fact, about 80 percent of people over the age of 14 don't have a gym membership. Back in 2011, two Australians, Adam Gilchrist and Rob Deutsch, opened the F45 Training franchise to modernize the gym experience. They did this through state-of-the-art technology systems that are placed all over their facilities. Additionally, they are also industry leaders in functional training. This means that this exercise is used to perform better in daily activities and involves multiple muscle groups. When you invest in the F45 training franchise, franchisees will be in a "turn-key" system. This means that the franchise will follow the low initial franchise investment, all the equipment, apparatus, technology and other materials necessary to operate an F45 Training studio will be sent right to the approved franchise location. Another benefit of becoming part of the F45 Training system it requires a low capital investment. Prospective franchise owners can expect a once off franchise fee and low fixed monthly support fee. They will also be part of a tested system and infrastructure that includes simple and easy business processes. The brand's training is also geared toward team workouts, as they pair interval cardio and strength training, which is a great way to burn fat and build lean muscle. This brand is a great franchise opportunity for those who are looking to work with an industry leader who requires a low capital investment and wants to help people achieve their goals. 

Company Details

Founded: 2011
First Franchise: 2013
International: Yes
Canada: Yes

Support and Training Offered By F45 Training

In terms of support and training, the franchisee can expect great marketing tools and advice on promotional campaigns before and after the location opens. 

2024 Franchise Requirements Needed to Own a F45 Training Franchise.

What does a F45 Training Franchise Cost?

F45 Training franchise fees for 2024:

Initial investments: $313,200 - $485,100
Liquid Cash Requirement: $300,000
Initial Franchise Fee: $50,000
Ongoing Royalty Fee: $2.5K/mo.
Ad Royalty Fee: $200+/mo.



Is F45 Training a Semi Absentee Franchise with a Passive Ownership Opportunity?

No. F45 Training is not a semi absentee franchise. The owner of the franchise (the franchisee) is expected to be involved in all aspects of day-to-day operations.

Is F45 Training a Home Based franchise?

No. F45 Training is not a home based franchise opportunity.

What Do F45 Training Franchise Owners Make?

Click here to find out how much F45 Training franchisees make. F45 Training offers an Item 19 in their Franchise Disclosure Document which provides financial information about select franchisees in their franchise system.

Does F45 Training Offer a Veteran Discount?

Yes. F45 Training franchise does offer a veteran discount.

Is F45 Training Looking for Franchisees in Canada?

Yes. F45 Training franchise is looking for Canada franchisees.

Is F45 Training Looking for International franchisees?

Yes. F45 Training franchise is looking for International franchisees.

Where can I see F45 Training's FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document)?

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Additional Information

Additional Categories

Fitness, Non Food Franchises

Number of Units Open

100+ UNITS

Cash Required

$100,000 - $250,000

Passive Franchise


Home Based Franchise


Item 19 Franchise


Veteran Discount




Franchise Opportunities in Canada


International Franchise Opportunities


F45 Training Franchises for Sale

Click Here to inquire about existing F45 Training franchises for sale. We may have F45 Training franchise resales. A franchise resale is an already established franchise owned by a franchisee and the franchisee is looking to sell their franchise.

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