Related to:
Sept. 5 2008 12:00 AM

    Fitness Together Holdings, Inc., the worlds largest wellness organization, has sold its 600th franchise.


    The milestone went to franchisee Matt Goldmark, who plans to open a Fitness Together studio in New York City. It marks the latest addition to the rapidly-growing personal training concept, the largest of its kind in the world.


    I am thrilled to be part of a national brand raising the bar in the fitness industry, said Goldmark. As one of the largest metropolitan cities in the world, New York caters to an active population that thrives on fitness. I look forward to being part of Fitness Togethers growing reputation in the city and bringing its personalized services to even more clients.


    Specializing in helping clients achieve their fitness goals through personal training, Fitness Together has locations in 39 states as well as Canada, Costa Rica, Ireland and Israel, and has provided millions of fitness sessions, giving each customer expertise and guidance from his or her own personal trainer.


    With our 600th sale, we are in a better position now more than ever to help people get active and live healthier lives, said Kevin Betts, chief operations officer of Fitness Together and sister-concept elements therapeutic massage. Anyone can be physically fit if they have a personalized plan for achieving their goals in the right setting and at their own pace.


    Fitness Together opened its first franchise in 1996 and plans to open 1,000 studios by 2012.


    Fitness Together Holdings, Inc., is the worlds largest wellness organization. The parent company oversees Fitness Together Franchise Corporation, a one-on-one personal training fitness franchise established in 1996, and elements therapeutic massage, a massage therapy franchise that began franchising in 2006. Today, the combined franchise network includes more than 600 franchises across the United States, Costa Rica, Israel, Ireland, and Canada. For additional information, log onto or call 877.663.0880 ext. 10.


    What is your average annual income for your fitness-related work/business?