Gold’s Gym has been leading the fitness movement and redefining strength since 1965 when Joe Gold opened the original Gold’s Gym in Venice, California. Long before the modern-day health club existed, the original Gold’s Gym featured three simple ingredients: The best equipment, a passion for fitness and an unparalleled dedication to results. It was an instant hit.
Gold’s Gym is the most recognized name in fitness & the largest co-ed gym chain in the world.
We’ve got over 50 years of history behind us and a very bright future ahead of us.
No other gym concept can rival the global brand strength of Gold’s Gym.
With over 50 years in the industry and 30+ years in franchising, we know what it takes to be a successful franchisor. Our depth of knowledge and commitment to helping our Franchisees succeed have helped us create training and support systems that are unparalleled in the industry.
We provide extensive training with hands-on field operational support that starts the moment you become a franchisee.
Award Winning Marketing Programs
- Online Marketing Asset Library
- Press Release Templates
- Media Planning Tools
- Quarterly Launch Calls
- CRM Program
- Branded Merchandise
- Exclusive Digital Content
- Gold’s Gym Fitness Institute
State-Of-The-Art Training & Support
- Annual Convention
- Gold’s Connect Intranet
- Training Manuals
- Gold’s Gym University
- Associate Training
- Brand Management
Industry Leading Programs
- Gold’s Gym Franchisee Association unifies and represents Franchisees
- Construction tools and models
- Expert site selection and lease negotiation support
- Group purchasing program for equipment and supply discounts
Key Global Vendor Partners
Only Gold’s Gym has the brand strength and a proven
franchise model with excellent profit potential.
International and U.S. markets now available for
multi-unit and single-unit investors.
*The financial representation is for the 71 corporate owned facilities during 2014, regardless of their size as published in Item 19 of our 2015 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). A new franchisee’s results may differ from the represented performance. There is no assurance you will do as well, and you must accept that risk.