Health Clubs, Suppliers Make Inc. 5,000 List


A number of health club companies and vendors in the fitness industry made the recent Inc. 5,000 list, which was unveiled in the magazine’s September issue.

The club companies on the list are Get in Shape for Women, Needham, MA (No. 510); Planet Fitness, Newington, NH (No. 1,752); CorePower Yoga, Denver (No. 1,379); Club 24 Health and Fitness, Killingworth, CT (No. 1,928); O2 Fitness, Raleigh, NC (No. 2,642); Anytime Fitness, Hastings, MN (No. 3,124); The Rush Fitness Complex, Knoxville, TN (No. 4,116); Mountainside Fitness, Tempe, AZ (No. 4,461); and Snap Fitness, Chanhassen, MN (No. 4,813). Plus One Health Management, New York, also made the list at No. 4,724.

Vendors from the fitness industry on the list are software providers Motionsoft, Rockville, MD (No. 967) and Mindbody, San Luis Obispo, CA, (No. 1,341) as well as manufacturer Big Ass Fans, Lexington, KY (No. 3,008). Motionsoft was No. 82 and Mindbody was No. 106 in the software category.

“Motionsoft is thrilled to be included once again with such a prestigious group of companies,” Motionsoft CEO Al Noshirvani said in a statement. “This year’s release of MoSo, our next generation member management software, has generated enormous excitement from leaders throughout the health and wellness industry, and Inc.’s recognition only inspires our team to continue our path of life changing, and business changing, innovation.”

Other fitness-related companies on the list are Tiger Fitness, Cincinnati (No. 274); MapMyFitness, Austin, TX (No. 355); Wellness Corporate Solutions, Cabin John, MD (No. 533); Fitness Consulting Group, Elizabethtown, KY (No. 580); Chiro One Wellness Centers, Oak Brook, IL (No. 2,287); and Body Basics Fitness Equipment, Omaha, NE (No. 3,629).

The 2012 Inc. 500 and Inc. 5,000 lists are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2008 to 2011. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2008. Companies had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of Dec. 31, 2011.

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