15 Best Fitness Studio Software | Ultimate Purchase Guide

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15 Best Fitness Studio Software | Ultimate Purchase Guide

If you are in the market for fitness studio software, you must have come across various lists of fitness studio software with some fitness studio software reviews and high-level features which left you more confused before you started. 

Such lists never help you make an informed decision. In this guide, I will give you all the information you need to make an informed choice for selecting the fitness studio software that’s best for your business. 

The top 15 fitness studio software:

  1. StudioGrowth
  2. Mindbody
  3. Glofox
  4. Momence
  5. Wellness Living
  6. Punchpass
  7. Zingfit (Xplor)
  8. Zenplanner
  9. Bsport
  10. Acuity Scheduling
  11. Team Up
  12. Vagaro
  13. Acuity Scheduling (Squarespace scheduling)
  14. Mariana Tek
  15. Arketa

I spend most of my working day speaking to fitness studio owners about their challenges and how best we can help them. During these conversations, we also discuss the challenges of their current software systems and their frustrations. 

My experience enables me to offer deep insights into each software on the market. After you have explored this guide, you can confidently shortlist 2-3 fitness software companies to explore further during demos. 

Fitness Studio Software Purchase Process

Review this guide and pick 2-3 fitness software companies best suited for your business. Check each company’s analysis “Best For” section to find the right fitness studio management software for your business.

Contact your top picks and set up demos. The prices mentioned could change, and you will get a new quote once you enter the demo phase.

Once you have completed the demos, request a sandbox. Give the company some scenarios: sample class packs, memberships, fitness class schedules, appointments, etc., and ask for a test platform.

Once you have completed the sandbox test, you can make the right choice of fitness class software for your business. The sandbox (free trial) will also give you an idea of the support the company can offer.

Fitness Studio Software Red Flags

There are some universal aspects related to the purchase of fitness studio software that you must avoid:

  1. Fitness Studio Software Company that takes a percentage of your sales. Any company that takes a portion of your sales, whether hidden fees or additional processing fees, must be a red flag. This business model has no benefit to a fitness studio owner. As you grow and become more successful, you end up paying hundreds and thousands per month in (hidden) fees. 
  2. Making the fitness studio software your only online presence without a website. Some fitness business software gives you beautiful booking pages. However, you should also have a separate website to build your brand. There are several simple options, such as Squarespace, Wix, and Carrd, to create a beautiful website. However, do not use the in-built scheduling options provided by Squarespace and Wix. You should ideally have a website and a separate robust fitness studio scheduling platform connected seamlessly. 

Top Fitness Studio Software

#1. StudioGrowth

StudioGrowth

StudioGrowth provides a simple and easy-to-use admin interface with a strong emphasis on modern customer experience. All the customer-facing pages, such as the booking and purchase pages, are fully mobile-optimized.

It provides the critical features required by any fitness studio that offers group classes and appointments: membership management, class-packs/memberships, and payments.

StudioGrowth offers unique features such as QR code bookings where your customers can easily reserve classes by scanning a QR code. Additionally, the branding capabilities are robust, allowing you to brand your booking experience to match your brand, which for fitness studios is crucial.

A nice touch offered is the on-demand bookings allowing your students to book 1:1 or privates based on the live availability of the instructors of your fitness studio.

You will find everything you need to grow your fitness business: marketing emails, discount codes, and various integrations (Mailchimp, PayPal, Stripe, Zoom, etc.).

Price:

  • $69/month or $699/year
  • No additional or hidden fees

Why In The Top 15:

  • Simple and robust
  • Marketing capabilities within the platform
  • Modern customer experience
  • Cost-effective

PROS

  • User-friendly and simple with all the features needed to operate your fitness studio
  • Fitness studio specific feature-set with a short learning curve
  • The development team is receptive to feedback 
  • Focussed on the fitness and yoga market

CONS

  • The team is continuously developing the platform and it currently lacks certain features like SMS capabilities

BEST FOR

  • Start-up fitness studios
  • Small, mid-size, and large fitness studios that want a simple plug-and-play platform
  • Studios looking to transition away from complex and expensive platforms

NOT FIT FOR

  • Larger studios under franchise operations

#2. Mindbody

Mindbody logo

Mindbody is the grand-daddy of fitness software. If you ask your studio owner friends which software they use, most will use Mindbody. Mindbody almost has a monopoly in the space, and you will come across it in other studios or receive recommendations for it during your search. 

Mindbody was formed in the 2000s and was one of the first platforms of its kind. Over the years, the platform has innovated and remained ahead of the curve. Mindbody continues to invest in innovation by acquiring companies such as ClassPass

Mindbody has everything you will ever need to run your fitness studio business. However, the platform is not specific to fitness studios and caters to everything from saloons to art classes to music schools. 

You will be hard-pressed to find a more configurable platform on the market. However, the configurability comes at a steep price. The primary complaints of Mindbody users are:

  1. The platform is cumbersome and hard to use
  2. The user experience is not modern (however, recently, Mindbody have revamped their customer-facing pages)
  3. The pricing structure is not friendly for small businesses

If you go with Mindbody, you will never have a shortage of features which you might experience with other providers who are still catching up to get to feature parity. 

Price:

  • Starts at $129/month and can go up to several thousand a year based on the features you use 
  • Could charges fees per transaction depending on the plan. Discuss this with your Mindbody sales executive.

Why In The Top 15:

  • The clear leader in the space, with the majority of fitness studios using Mindbody
  • Extensive and un-matched feature set
  • Decades of experience providing software to fitness studios

PROS

  • Extensive feature-set. Has any feature you need for your fitness studio
  • Acquisition of ClassPass can help expose your fitness studio to new customers 

CONS

  • Expensive if you want access to premium features
  • Hard to use and cumbersome platform
  • Platform for all wellness businesses and not explicitly focused on the fitness industry

BEST FOR

  • Large fitness studios that need high configurability
  • Franchises and studios having custom requirements

NOT FIT FOR

  • Start-up fitness studios
  • Smaller fitness studios
  • Individual operators (stay away from Mindbody)
  • You can get all the needed features and a better experience with other software providers if you are a smaller fitness studio. You don’t have to choose Mindbody because everyone else is using it. Mindbody can be detrimental to small fitness studios that need to limit expenses. 

#3. Glofox

Glofox logo

Glofox was founded in 2014 to serve the UK and Ireland’s gym and fitness studio market. Initially, the software catered to small gyms and fitness studios. 

Due to the initial success, the business was able to secure funding and, to date, has raised upwards of $20M in funding to serve the gym and fitness studio market.

However, raising investment has its cons. The platform has moved away from serving its initial user base of small fitness studios and gyms and currently primarily focuses on bigger studios, gyms, and franchises.

Glofox will be a good fit if you operate a traditional gym, given its roots in serving the gym market when it first started operations. Glofox is a mature platform offering all the features you will expect from fitness studio management software.

However, users of Glofox complain about the limited ability to configure discount codes and the price. You can find an equivalent fitness software provider for a more affordable price. 

What sets Glofox apart is the in-depth knowledge of the gym and fitness industry. You can find various reports and blog posts that provide excellent information to new fitness entrepreneurs. 

Price:

  • Starts at $100/month and can go up to several thousand a year based on the features you use 

Why In The Top 15:

  • Focus on gyms and fitness studios
  • A well-funded and established player
  • Workflows for both traditional gyms and boutique fitness studios

PROS

  • Features designed specifically for the fitness and gym industry
  • Knowledge components to the business (blogs, podcasts, whitepapers) keep you informed about the trends in the fitness industry.

CONS

  • Expensive for premium features and can cost up to a few thousand dollars a year.
  • Hard to use and cumbersome platform with glitches reported regularly.

BEST FOR

  • Traditional gyms
  • Large fitness studios that need high configurability
  • Franchises and studios having custom requirements

NOT FIT FOR

  • Start-up fitness studios
  • Smaller fitness studios
  • Individual operators

#4. Momence (formerly Ribbon Experiences)

Momence logo

Momence is a new company in the space and came out of the ycombinator accelerator. The company initially started targeting yoga and fitness studios but has gradually moved towards any business offering experiences. They also rebranded to focus on this new market segment.

Momence is among the several start-ups that raise funding to go up against Mindbody yearly. So far, the company has worked with key influencers, and you will hear about Momence if you are part of fitness groups and masterminds. 

In terms of features, Momence is a copy of Mindbody, and you will find all the features you need to run your fitness business. In addition, Momence has added features to build a community aligning with their plan to target businesses offering experiences.

Momence offers a well-developed on-demand module allowing you to sell/rent on-demand content and also sell courses. Momence is a good option if on-demand content is a big part of your fitness studio.

The major complaint from Momence users is that the start-up not only charges you 5% per transaction but also charges your customers a 4% fee per transaction. The 9% transaction fee is in addition to any payment gateway fee you will pay. 

The pricing structure of Momence often makes it even more expensive than Mindbody. Momence takes a 9% cut of every transaction in addition to the monthly subscription fees. 

Price:

  • It starts at $0/month plus 5% per transaction and charges your customers 4% per transaction. 
  • Premium tiers can cost you and your customers several thousand per year.
  • Studios pay $300/month

Why In The Top 15:

  • Fast-growing software adopted by some key fitness influencers

PROS

  • Well-developed on-demand video feature
  • Extensive feature set rivaling Mindbody and Wellness Living

CONS

  • Substantial hidden fees take up to 9% per transaction. As your business grows, you end up paying hundreds per month.
  • Hard to use diluted platform not focused on the fitness industry

BEST FOR

  • Large multi-location studios looking to transition away from Mindbody and that want all the features of Mindbody
  • Studios whose primary offering is on-demand content

NOT FIT FOR

  • Small and mid-sized studios or individual operators
  • Studios that want a fixed monthly expenditure and that don’t want to pay fees per transaction

#5. Wellness Living

Wellness Living logo

Founded in 2013, Wellness Living is among the established software providers in the wellness sector. Similar to Mindbody, Wellness living is a highly configurable platform. 

The platform serves various businesses without a specific focus on the fitness industry. A few years ago, Wellness Living was the only other option to Mindbody regarding cofigurability and the ability to serve large fitness studios with multiple locations and franchises. 

The users of Wellness Living complain about regular outages and malfunctioning key functionality, such as memberships and class packs. The user experience is dated, and the platform does not look as modern as that of other software companies for fitness studios.  

Recently, complaints about customer service have surfaced, and the company ties you into long-term contracts, which are challenging to terminate. 

Price:

  • It starts at $129/month for the base plan and can go up to several thousands per year for the premium plans

Why In The Top 15:

  • Established player with many fitness studios using the platform
  • Can meet the needs of fitness studios with an extensive feature set

PROS

  • Highly configurable platform able to meet custom needs of your fitness studio
  • An established player with 10+ years of industry expertise

CONS

  • Unreliable platform
  • Poor customer service
  • Long term contracts

BEST FOR

  • Large multi-location studios looking to transition away from Mindbody and that want all the features of Mindbody
  • Studios with custom requirements and configurability needs. 

NOT FIT FOR

  • Small studios or individual operators
  • Studios that require ongoing support and flexibility

#6. Punchpass

Punchpass logo

Punchpass, founded in 2013, is among the few self-funded companies on the list. It started by serving small studios and individual operators. 

During the pandemic, Punchpass saw significant growth, mainly driven by the need for streaming and on-demand solutions needed by fitness studios. Today Punchpass has a considerable customer base and good reviews. 

Over the years, Punchpass has remained true to its target market and provides all the tools that small and medium-sized fitness studios need. Although it lacks the configurability of Mindbody and Wellness Living, the platform is simple and easy to use.

If your requirements are simple and you do not require custom workflows, then Punchpass could be a good option. However, if you need flexibility in your operations, then Punchpass can feel limiting.

Price:

  • Starts at $39/month and goes up to $89/month depending on the features you use
  • No hidden fees

Why In The Top 15:

  • Established company servicing small fitness studios and individual operators
  • Self-funded and has shown longevity (operating since 2013)—a much better option than some newly funded companies that may not survive the long term. 

PROS

  • Simple and easy to use
  • Limited but targeted feature-set with a short learning curve
  • An established player with almost ten years of industry expertise

CONS

  • Not the best option for franchises and fitness studios that have unique workflows and requirements
  • Lower pricing tiers lack key features, making the platform unusable if you want to offer a modern digital experience.

BEST FOR

  • Small and mid-sized fitness studios
  • Individual operators
  • If your fitness business relies on on-demand and live streaming content

NOT FIT FOR

  • Larger fitness studios
  • Franchises
  • Fitness studios with custom requirements and unique workflows

#7. Zingfit (Xplor)

Zingfit logo

If you have visited a famous boutique fitness studio such as 1Rebel or Boom Cycle, you have used Zingfit to book and reserve your class. A private equity group recently acquired Zingfit, so the management has changed since its founding in 2006. 

Zingfit offers custom experiences and is not shy to build custom booking experiences for its customers. The ability to provide custom development explains why many famous studios choose Zingfit. 

Zingfit offers a wide range of features focusing on customer attraction and retention features. They also provide a point-of-sale system (POS), which larger fitness studios often require. Zingfit also provides its own payment gateway. 

If you have a significant budget and want an “almost” custom booking experience for your fitness studio, Zingfit is a perfect choice. 

Price:

  • Starting at $149/month and going up to $459/month
  • Zingfit uses its own payment gateway. Please compare the payment gateway charges against Stripe to understand the overall cost. 

Why In The Top 15:

  • Unique ability to offer custom and unique booking experiences to its customers
  • Used by some of the most famous studios in the world.

PROS

  • Extensive feature set with a focus on marketing and customer retention
  • End-to-end suite including point of sale (POS) system

CONS

  • Custom changes require working closely with the Zingfit team, and you are always reliant on them
  • A private payment gateway means you cannot control how much percentage they take per transaction
  • Private equity owner and eventually, the company will be merged with or sold off to another player

BEST FOR

  • Brands looking to offer custom and unique booking experiences
  • Fitness studios run by marketers as the tool provides a host of features that are in marketing tools

NOT FIT FOR

  • Studios that want to be self-reliant
  • Small fitness studios and independent operators

#8. Zenplanner

Zenplanner logo

Zenplanner, founded in 2006, is owned by Daxko, an enterprise company offering software solutions to YMCAs and JCCs. It began serving small wellness businesses and individual operators.

The Zenplanner offering is not specific to fitness studios. It is more suited for martial arts and semester-style teaching environments. However, Zenplanner has all the critical features required by fitness studios. 

They also provide advanced features such as a staff payroll module. By being in the industry for 15+ years, the platform has most of the features you will need for your fitness studio.

However, the main complaint of users is that the platform has poor user experience and looks dated. 

Price:

  • Zenplanner charges based on the number of active users
  • Pricing starts at $121/month and goes up to $257/month based on the number of active users
  • Zenplanner uses its own payment gateway through partners

Why In The Top 15:

  • Established player with 5000+ studios using the platform
  • Extensive feature-set rivaling that of the industry leaders

PROS

  • End-to-end platform with all the features needed by fitness studios
  • One of the most extensive staff payroll modules on the market

CONS

  • Not specific to the fitness studio industry and more aligned to semester-style teaching in martial art schools
  • The variable pricing model is not attractive to fitness studios looking for predictable expenses.
  • Dated UI/X and the platform looks old and complicated to use

BEST FOR

  • Fitness studios with many staff members that want to manage payroll on the same platform
  • Fitness studios that are looking for an end-to-end platform that is not Mindbody.

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios that want a modern user experience and want to build a brand.
  • Smaller fitness studios, startup fitness studios, and individual operators.

#9. Bsport

bsport logo

Bsport is a French company that started in 2019 and currently looking to enter the US market. The company has several French and European customers but has a limited presence in the US and the UK. 

Bsport has focused heavily on marketing and customer retention. They offer unique features such as customer segmentation and a well-developed customer communication suite.

However, the biggest complaints of Bsport customers are:

  • The platform is built for the French market. The translation of the terms and labels often doesn’t make sense to an English-speaking audience.
  • With a heavy focus on marketing and customer engagement, the basics of scheduling, payments, and member management are overlooked. Studios complain of core functionality not working at times. 

Although Bsport is making a solid attempt to enter the US market, Bsport is a good option if you operate a fitness studio in France. However, you have several other fitness studio software companies for English-speaking markets that could better fit your fitness studio. 

Price:

  • $150/month plus $80/month for the branded app

Why In The Top 15:

  • A new player entering the US market with some success
  • Strong focus on marketing and customer retention offering a unique option to fitness studios that want marketing and customer retention in a single platform

PROS

  • Extensive feature set in addition to unique marketing capabilities

CONS

  • Built for the French market. The team and support have limited experience and context of the US or UK fitness market
  • Regular complaints of the platform being unstable and core functionality not functioning as expected

BEST FOR

  • Fitness studios operating in French-speaking markets
  • Fitness studios that value marketing capabilities over core functionality of scheduling, payments, and member management

NOT FIT FOR

  • Start-up fitness studios in English-speaking markets that require support and a stable platform
  • Individual operators
  • Large fitness studios operating in the US or the UK. 

#10. TeamUp

Teamup logo

TeamUp was founded in 2012 in the UK and has a significant customer base in the UK. It has all the features you will need for your fitness studio. However, the platform has poor UI/X, and you will find a better and more modern booking experience provided by other fitness studio software companies. 

TeamUp has 10+ years of experience in the sector and has every feature you could want from a fitness studio management software. In the UK, it is a safe choice when you are overwhelmed with the options on the market. In the UK, they also offer direct debit payments using GoCardless. 

Price:

  • Pricing is based on the number of active customers
  • Pricing starts at $69/month and goes up to $309/month

Why In The Top 15:

  • An established player with an extensive customer base in the UK market

PROS

  • Extensive feature set
  • Unique features such as direct debit payments

CONS

  • Old and dated UI/X and poor customer experience
  • Not explicitly built for the boutique fitness industry and with a general focus on the wellness industry.

BEST FOR

  • Small and medium-sized fitness studios

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios looking to create a brand and provide a modern customer experience

#11. Vagaro

Vagaro logo

Vagaro is another big operator in the space. Its valuation is over $1BN and serves the more comprehensive health and wellness industry. Vagaro focuses more on the salon and spa industry than the fitness industry.

When evaluating larger corporate providers, consider your wants and needs closely. 

Do you prefer working with a large corporation with the funds and resources to improve its platform? Also, if you are a small to a medium-sized fitness studio, you may never have your feedback or voice heard.

Or do you prefer working with small fitness software providers? Do you like the ability to have your voice heard and shape the platform? Also, are you comfortable with longer feature development timelines?

Vagaro will offer you all the features you need to operate your fitness studio. However, you will notice that the platform is more suited to a salon or spa environment. 

Price:

  • Pricing is based on the number of calendars used. For example, if you have three staff members with three different schedules, then you will use three calendars. 
  • Pricing starts at $25/month for a single calendar and goes up to $85/month based on the number of calendars.

Why In The Top 15:

  • An established player with significant resources
  • Extensive customer base

PROS

  • For a feature-rich platform, the pricing is simple and affordable. 
  • Industry-specific conferences, networking, and knowledge sharing provided to its customers

CONS

  • The platform is built for service providers, and the target market is spas and salons.

BEST FOR

  • Small and medium-sized fitness studios

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios that want to build a brand
  • Fitness studios with custom needs

#12. Acuity Scheduling (Squarespace Scheduling)

Acuity Scheduling logo

Acuity Scheduling was founded in 2006 and is an excellent scheduling platform for small businesses of all types. Squarespace acquired it in 2019, and it is now part of the Squarespace platform.

If you use Squarespace for your website, you will have the option to use Acuity Scheduling seamlessly integrated within your website.

Acuity scheduling will work for you if you have simple scheduling needs. Most fitness studios need robust and relatively configurable scheduling and member management platform. Acuity scheduling is not a good fit if your needs are beyond basic scheduling and calendar capabilities. 

Price:

  • Pricing is based on the features you use
  • Pricing starts at $15/month and goes up to $50/month 

Why In The Top 15:

  • Part of the Squarespace platform and allows you to get started seamlessly with scheduling if you use Squarespace.
  • Mature, reliable platform serving calendering needs across sectors and industries

PROS

  • Affordable scheduling option for fitness studios that have a limited budget
  • Easy to use and a modern, well-designed booking interface

CONS

  • Limited in features to be the core scheduling platform for a fitness studio
  • Serves small businesses across industries. Not fitness or wellness industry focused. 

BEST FOR

  • Small and medium-sized businesses that need a basic calendar functionality

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios with several instructors
  • Studios offering multiple class types and services
  • Large fitness studios and franchises

#13. Mariana Tek (Xplor)

Mariana Tek logo

Mariana Tek was founded in 2014, and Advent International acquired it in 2019 (the same group that acquired Zingfit, the number 7 fitness studio software on our list). 

It serves premium boutique fitness studios, which is reflected in its price. Mariana Tek is a good option, especially for spin studios or boutique fitness studios that require spot bookings. 

Apart from offering the most features needed by fitness studios, Mariana Tek provides unique marketing and community-building features. Mariana Tek will be a good option if you want an integrated marketing suite with your fitness studio software. 

Price:

  • Base pricing starts at $300/month and goes up based on the features you need
  • They will give you the option to use their own merchant services. Explore the rates they provide v/s Stripe and other providers to get the best deal.

Why In The Top 15:

  • Explicitly focused on the boutique fitness industry
  • Backed by a group that has expertise in the fitness industry

PROS

  • Unique features such as spot booking and marketing capabilities make it a no-brainer for niche boutique fitness studios.

CONS

  • Expensive to get started. You will find much more affordable options providing a similar feature set.

BEST FOR

  • Niche boutique fitness studios that have the resources to implement marketing campaigns 

NOT FIT FOR

  • Start-up fitness studios
  • Smaller fitness studios with a limited budget

#14. Arketa (formerly Sutra Pro)

Arketa logo

Arketa started as a platform aimed at serving the needs of yoga instructors (hence the previous name, Sutra). 

It started as a marketplace for yoga and fitness professionals to sell their live stream and on-demand classes. They bet on the hypothesis that people would continue using fitness services online after the pandemic. 

However, people flocked back to fitness studios and gyms once fitness studios re-opened. Due to this, several startups with a similar “fitness professional marketplace” business model shut down. 

Arketa changed its business model and pivoted and now offers studio management software. 

Since Arketa was built to serve the needs of yoga professionals looking to offer their services online, it is an excellent option if your primary offering is live-stream classes or on-demand content. Arketa has done a brilliant job engaging influencers, and some influential fitness and yoga professionals use Arketa. 

Apart from the on-demand component, Arketa lacks several features you will need to run a successful hybrid fitness studio. Additionally, with the pricing model that takes a percentage of your revenue, you will find several other platforms that will be a better fit for your fitness studio.

Price:

  • Pricing is based on the features you use 
  • Pricing starts at $0/month plus an 8% transaction fee per transaction and your payment processing fees. 

Why In The Top 15:

  • A good option for studios whose primary offering is live-stream classes and on-demand content
  • Some influential yoga and fitness professionals use Arketa

PROS

  • Built from the ground up for online classes

CONS

  • Not suitable for fitness studios that are primarily hybrid or in-person studios
  • Arketa takes a significant percentage of your revenue per transaction. As you become more successful, you pay hundreds of dollars per month. Such a business model has no benefit to the fitness studio owner. 

BEST FOR

  • Online only fitness studios

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios with a hybrid model or in-person fitness studios
  • Large fitness studios
  • Startup and small fitness studios with a limited budget
  • Fitness studios that require fixed pricing to manage expenses

#15. Omnify

Omnify logo

Omnify is a scheduling and booking software for small businesses in general. They have quite a few fitness studios using their platform and so have experience in the industry. 

The platform is feature rich and mature. You will find all the features you need for your fitness studio software in Omnify, and the pricing is simple. However, Omnify seems more focused on the hospitality space than on boutique fitness studios. 

Price:

  • Pricing is based on your features and the number of staff accounts.
  • Pricing starts at $49/month and goes up to $599/month.
  • Omnify takes a percentage of your revenue per transaction. Transaction fees range from 2% to 0.5% of your income per transaction and payment processing fees.

Why In The Top 15:

  • An established player with a comprehensive feature set 

PROS

  • Platform used by thousands of small businesses globally

CONS

  • Generic booking and scheduling platform for small businesses in general
  • Omnify takes a percentage of your revenue per transaction.

BEST FOR

  • Small businesses with basic scheduling and member management needs

NOT FIT FOR

  • Fitness studios that want to build a brand and need a provider with deep expertise in the fitness industry
  • Startups and small fitness studios as personal support is offered at higher pricing tiers.

Conclusion

This guide gives you all the information you need to shortlist your top 3 fitness studio software companies. I’ll be happy to discuss your specific situation and direct you to the right fitness business software provider for your business needs. You can easily schedule a call with me here


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About the author


Naz Ahm is the founder of StudioGrowth and has spent a decade growing start-ups and venture-backed companies. He writes about sales, marketing, and growth, especially in the yoga, fitness, and wellness industry.

Naz has an MBA from IESE Business School and started his journey in the wellness industry when he set up an on-demand wellness business. Naz currently splits his time between the U.K and the US.