Olympic-Style Boxing Franchise Caters to the Fitness Enthusiast
August 04, 2008 // Franchising.com // - With several Prime Time Boxing studios in Northern California, the company's initial growth strategy is to sell up to 4 more franchises before year's end, mostly on the West Coast. With national recognition already in USA Today, New York Times, Men's Fitness, Shape, Entrepreneur Magazine and many others, this company is ripe for strong growth in the years to come.
This unique program was created by 2 former athletes, Angelo Nunez and Cary Williams-Nunez. Angelo had an extensive amateur boxing career and then went on to fight Oscar De La Hoya and many other prominent fighters in the pros. He was also an advisor to the De la Hoya training camp in Big Bear, CA for 2 of his championship fights. Cary was also a competitive boxer in the amateurs and has been a fitness columnist, model and expert.
The training system created is unique in that it is set up in 4-week increments and taught in a progressive format utilizing the best boxing conditioning techniques. Each group has no more than 14 participants which keeps the training more personalized and also builds comradery within the group. Attention to detail, teaching of proper boxing technique and keeping it personal sets Prime Time Boxing apart.
Participants are adults who use to be athletes in school and children who are currently athletes in other sports. The program is great for not only fitness and learning the skills of boxing, but also for cross training. With studies showing boxing as the toughest sport out there, it is definitely the quickest way to achieve a strong and lean physique. But one of the most important factors in this training is gaining cognitive strength. Boxing training will always keep you mentally sharp.
The average startup cost to open a Prime Time Boxing studio is between $119,000 and $139,000 which includes the franchise fee, training, on going support and quarterly "play book" updates. Space required is between 3,000 and 4,000 square feet and can be opened in industrial space, retail space and even within large health clubs.
About Prime Time Boxing, Inc.
Established in 1998, Prime Time Boxing created the boxing class in a traditional boxing gym and then later turned that class into a year round, 4-week camp program.
For more information, please visit www.primetimeboxing.com.