Sarah Barker | SSB Consulting

Franchise Consultant  & Recruiting Specialist

Located in Boise, ID, but I work with clients in all states.

            208.724.1731

           Sarah@SSBconsulting.us

 

 

 

 

 

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About USA Ninja

USA Ninja Challenge has developed an obstacle course skills program that incorporates basic skill sets from gymnastics, climbing, cross training, and track and field. Ninja Challenge is open to boys and girls ages 4 to 18. The program is designated to meet the requirements of a full physical fitness program for today’s youth. We incorporate standard gymnastics apparatus including rings, bars, balance beams, and tumbling surfaces. Other specialized ninja training equipment is also used, such as cargo nets, traverse walls, slack lines, ropes, and ladders. Each portion of every obstacle course also includes corresponding conditioning and flexibility stations. The desired result of this program is to improve children’s strength, flexibility, and all-around athleticism.

The Six Basic Categories of Ninja Obstacles

Jumping

Ninja jumping includes box jumps, long jump, jumping over or onto obstacles, jumping from platform to platform and even from platforms to ropes and cargo nets!

Climbing

Kids involved in Ninja get to climb ropes, cargo nets, peg boards and rock walls.

Swinging

Swing sets have become a bit boring, so we've upped the game to swinging on gymnastics rings, ropes, hanging ladders, hanging nun chucks and cannon balls!

Traversing

There are a lot of things to traverse across in a Ninja gym: cargo nets, spotting blocks, rock walls, peg boards, ledges and chimney walls to name a few!

Balancing

One of our top priorities is to develop well-balanced ninjas. These training activities include balance beams, slack lines and rolling barrels!

Floor Skills

This category includes running, block pushing, army crawl and vaulting. In addition to these floor skills, Ninjas also learn gymnastics tumbling skills so they can look extremely cool while attacking obstacles!

Financial Terms

Cash Investment (Liquid): $40000

Minimum Investment: $130000

Maximum Investment: $190000

Minimum Net Worth: $300000

Franchise Fee: $40000

Get Started

Help us get to know you better, start the franchise questionnaire.  

INVESTMENT

The fee for one full franchise is $30,000. Minimum start-up costs can be Tas low as $121,333, depending upon a number of factors, including facility size, remodel costs, prevailing lease rates, equipment purchased above minimum requirements, etc. USA Ninja Challenge assists new franchisees in the design and size requirements of each facility. Facilities can range in size from 4,000 to 8,000 square feet, based on area demographics.

FAQ

 

How big are the facilities?

The gyms will range from 4,000 to 6,000 square feet and will have obstacle stations that can be used independently or as part of a full obstacle course.

How long does it take to open a franchise?

It is expected that a typical Start-up Franchise will require about six (6) months. An In-Gym Franchise will typically require three (3) months before they are fully trained and are implementing the USA Ninja programs into their existing gyms.

Do the staff need any fitness certifications?

No. Franchisees & employees will be properly trained according to our systems.

Who are the ideal owner candidates?

Existing fitness business owners:
 

  • Fitness and gymnastics professionals

  • Fitness and gymnastics enthusiasts

  • Entrepreneurs and investors

  • Youth athletic coaches and organizers

Qualifications

• Strong Sales and Client Service Abilities • Good with Timing and Schedule Management • High Personal Standards • Able to Meet Initial Investment Requirements • Sense of Integrity in Corporate & Client Relationships • Willingness to Commit to Excellent Service • Experience in Fitness, Gymnastics, Franchise Ops., Business Ownership or Management

How big are the facilities?

The gyms will range from 4,000 to 6,000 square feet and will have obstacle stations that can be used independently or as part of a full obstacle course.

How long does it take to open a franchise?

It is expected that a typical Start-up Franchise will require about six (6) months. An In-Gym Franchise will typically require three (3) months before they are fully trained and are implementing the USA Ninja programs into their existing gyms.

Do the staff need any fitness certifications?

No. Franchisees & employees will be properly trained according to our systems.

Who are the ideal owner candidates?

Existing fitness business owners:
 

  • Fitness and gymnastics professionals

  • Fitness and gymnastics enthusiasts

  • Entrepreneurs and investors

  • Youth athletic coaches and organizers