30 Minute Hit aims to ‘pack a punch’ in the UK as it launches in collaboration with Platinum Wave
30 Minute Hit, a boxing/kickboxing circuit based fitness programme that empowers women, was established in 2004 and today offers classes across the U.S., Canada and Saudi Arabia.
Platinum Wave says the feel-good fitness programme from 30 Minute Hit, utilises two-minute rounds based on boxing, kickboxing, general self-defence and core stability.
Robert Button, international franchise development director of 30 Minute Hit, said: “It is a huge step forward for the brand to be launching in the UK but one that we are delighted to make as 30 Minute Hit continues to expand worldwide.
“The circuit training programme offers flexibility for our members to train when they arrive, no need to pre-book a class and the circuit gives countless training options to keep things fresh, fun and empowering, amazing trainers, a ‘communHITy’ and a safe inspiring environment all combine to make our programme the best 30 minutes of your day.
“It also provides a great opportunity for entrepreneurs who are interested in a low-cost and rewarding franchising brand to get involved at the base level UK launch for the fastest growing female fitness franchise in the world.”
Steve Lampshire, director of franchise recruitment at Platinum Wave, commented: “30 Minute Hit is an exciting game-changing brand to work with not only due to its wide appeal as an inspiring fitness programme but also with its rapid global growth.
“30 Minute Hit is also one of the lowest start-up costs in the fitness franchise industry, comes with a quick ramp up period and the potential for great financial returns. There is no need to have a background in self-defence, martial arts or boxing either to become a franchisee – you just need to be a confident person – everything else they can teach.”
The franchisor says it offers a turnkey business model that includes Certification in Physical Training, management and business development tools, in-depth support programmes and sales training.
Lampshire, praising the fitness brand for its work empowering women, added: “We are seeing a number of fantastic trends in franchising at the moment including more women than ever being involved in the industry, with recent figures from NatWest showing that women make up 37 per cent of UK franchisees. 30 Minute Hit gives another great platform to continue that trend.”
Platinum Wave, the Edinburgh-based international franchise consultancy, assists companies looking to franchise a business and explains that its mentoring service can help brands transform performance through scaling-up, accelerating growth and realising a brand’s potential.