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Starting Strength Gyms - Our First Year

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Starting Strength - The best selling book with millions of fans around the world is now in the gym business. No sales desk. No contracts. And most importantly, a program that actually works - for everyone, every time.

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Starting Strength Gyms - Our First Year

  1. 1. Franchise Update - Year One August 19, 2019
  2. 2. Our Goal
  3. 3. 3 5YEARS 100STARTING STRENGTH GYMS
  4. 4. From Concept to Reality
  5. 5. 9/100 Franchise Gyms • 3 Gyms opened in the last 4 months • Austin: April 15, 2019 • Dallas: July 1, 2019 • Houston: August 19, 2019 • Denver is coming in Fall 2019 • Boston & 4 more gyms planned for 2020 • More city announcements coming soon
  6. 6. Gym Environment
  7. 7. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  8. 8. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  9. 9. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  10. 10. What’s it Like to Train at a Starting Strength Gym?
  11. 11. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  12. 12. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  13. 13. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  14. 14. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  15. 15. Photo Credit: Nick Delgadillo
  16. 16. The Starting Strength Plan • Everyone gets coaching, 3x/week • Training is between $25-28/session • Depending on the city, billed monthly • Everyone gets individual programming • Everyone makes measurable progress
  17. 17. Meet Kathy Grace
  18. 18. Kathy Trains at SS Austin • She’s 62 years-old • She had never touched a barbell • Her progress after less than 3 months: • Deadlift increased from 85lbs to 195lbs • Gained 2.6lbs of lean body mass • While losing 2.7lbs of fat • Read her story, here
  19. 19. What’s it Like to Be a Member?
  20. 20. Taleb’s Silver Rule: “Do not to others what you don’t want them to do to you” • No waiting for a rack • No sales staff • No contracts • Pro-rated cancellations • No hidden fees
  21. 21. Average Gains So Far: Squat Press Bench Deadlift Men 79.2 lbs 30.7 lbs 36.3 lbs 100.3 lbs Women 64.6 lbs 20.2 lbs 32.8 lbs 62.8 lbs 8,089,041 pounds lifted As recorded in trainees’ digital logbooks from April 15 - August 12, 2019 Filters: Minimum 4 weeks of training at least 2.5x/week, on average
  22. 22. Expansion Plan
  23. 23. Arizona • Phoenix California • Los Angeles • San Francisco-Oakland- San Jose • San Diego • Sacramento-Stockton- Modesto Connecticut • Hartford-New Haven Florida • Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne • Tampa-St. Petersburg (Sarasota) • Miami-Ft. Lauderdale Georgia • Atlanta Illinois* • Chicago Indiana* • Indianapolis Michigan • Ann Arbor • Detroit Minnesota* • Minneapolis- St. Paul MN Missouri • Kansas City • St. Louis Nebraska • Omaha New York • New York North Carolina • Charlotte • Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville) Ohio • Columbus • Cleveland-Akron (Canton) • Cincinnati Oregon • Portland Pennsylvania • Philadelphia • Pittsburgh Tennessee • Nashville Texas • San Antonio Utah • Salt Lake City Virginia* • Norfolk-Portsmouth- Newport News Washington • Seattle-Tacoma Washington D.C. • Washington DC *We are not currently registered and are not offering franchises in these States, but we expect to do so starting in 2020
  24. 24. Visit Our Website: StartingStrengthGyms.com

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