12RND announce new clubs for 2021
Despite a global pandemic which shook the fitness industry to its core, 12RND Fitness have not shied away from the fight, announcing overnight that they have 18 new clubs due to launch at the start of 2021.
Interestingly, 10 of the 18 new clubs are backed by existing 12RNDer’s and UBXer’s. 3 were brought by franchisees who are investing into their 2nd or 3rd sites, 7 sites were brought by members who have continued their journey with 12RND to join our franchise network, and the new locations include 2 Victorian clubs and 2 more UBX locations in NZ.
“We were in the process of launching globally when the world closed down” said MD Tim West.
“I had staff heading off to the US, UK, Singapore and NZ that month and we had to cancel everything and come up with a game plan to assist over 90 franchisees.”
“As of now, our clubs worldwide are reopened, and we even have another 15 clubs due to open in the coming months across Australia and New Zealand. 10 of which are led by existing franchisees opening another site, or members who have invested into our network. We love to see our franchisees continue to re-invest as it demonstrates their confidence in our model and the success of their business.”
12RND Fitness, and their international counterpart, UBX Training, are gearing up to dominate the global fitness industry after crisis-proofing their model and setting themselves up as the perfect post-covid workout.
Amassing to over 90 locations globally since 2016, they are the fastest growing boxing and strength provider in the world, with serial entrepreneur, Tim West at the helm as Managing Director and Co-Founder, alongside, Danny Green – four time world champion professional boxer.
As members return, they can continue to enjoy flexible start times to suit flexible work hours and lifestyles in a post-covid economy, as the No Fixed Class Times structure of the 12RND model allows them to start anytime, with no need to book ahead. Within a few short weeks of clubs reopening, our membership levels have returned to pre-Covid numbers.
Meanwhile, the Train: At Home app that the fitness franchise rolled out 1 week into club closures, alongside 12RND’s Training Camp app, now has over 15,000 downloads globally, and is now approaching the launch of their app upgrade and rebrand, Train:On Demand. This evolution of the app offers a premium subscription, free to existing club members with access to additional features across training, nutrition and mindset/recovery. As of this release, the app will continue to be available to non-club members as a paid subscription service.