MCKINNEY, Texas – Special Strong, a nutrition and fitness provider for Special Needs individuals of all ages, has taken the first steps in bringing their much needed services to a wider demographic. The company recently began providing personal trainers and physical/behavioral therapists in its home state of Texas with the training, certification, and resources to operate under the Special Strong brand, and in the process, expand the personal training franchise’s availability to the disabled community across Texas. The move has generated more business opportunities for trainers and therapists who do not have the capital for a gym but see the value in this growing niche and more careers for those interested in working with the Special Needs commuity. At the testing phase, the franchise model saw a one-hundred-percent success rate across thirty different clubs.
More information can be found at www.specialstrong.com/franchise
The parent company is owned by Special Strong founder Daniel Stein, who began specializing in health and fitness for the disabled after receiving several top certifications, then went on to develop a more inclusive program that wasn’t another run-of-the-mill autism fitness gym franchise. After serving over a thousand clients whose issues ranged from Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy to spinal cord injuries and obesity, Daniel Stein went on to assist personal trainers and fitness experts with adopting his successful methods to create businesses that stand out from the competition in more ways than one.
“For anyone who has a passion for fitness and the special needs population, it’s a no brainer. We have the lowest fees in the world for a fitness concept that doesn’t require brick and mortar. This gives professionals the opportunity to grow a profitable business and change lives without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in an initial first year franchise investment.” states the founder and owner, Daniel Stein.
Demonstrating a focus on quality over quantity, Special Strong Franchise owners are given a protected territory during which to operate, and allowed to build their own teams of trainers, therapists, and other fitness professionals they work best with. They can also set their own schedules and are given access to ongoing support in areas like negotiation and marketing, plus insider information gleaned during the testing phase. Because of low royalties and minimal overhead costs, franchisees require a much lower initial investment than for a full gym facility.
To learn more about the Special Strong Franchise and become part of the movement to bring health and wellness to Special Needs individuals, interested parties can visit the above mentioned website.
The Special Strong fitness franchise is now available.
Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.
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