Lazy Runner Licenses
Is your passion running?
Would you like to impart that passion onto other people?
Would you like to make some money out of your passion?
Yes, Yes, Yes…then a Lazy Runner License is for you.
Lazy Runner gives you the opportunity to work in an energetic, friendly social environment, helping people to achieve their running and fitness goals.
Lazy Runner is a fun, exciting, new way to approach running and improve cardio fitness.
Lazy Runners focus is on fun, safe, social running.
Lazy Runner Clubs Now In- *Noosa Heads* Sunshine Coast* Gold Coast* Brisbane* Ballarat* Melbourne* Perth* Fremantle* Grampians*Ipswich
Enquire about starting a club in your area NOW
Lazy Runner is not a Franchise...it is a license, making it very different from other fitness franchises, very affordable and flexible to run
Costs- The Lazy Runner License costs $1000 for an annual license fee, and takes no client commission
Compare this to other Fitness and Health Franchises
-Start up costs from $40,000 to over $200,000
-Percentage of clients fees get paid back to Franchisor
-You are required to sell the franchise if you want to get out, or lose the money you originally outlaid
-has a low based annual renewable license fee of $1000, that fee includes the use of the very popular Lazy Runner name and trademark (now trademarked in Australia, UK and USA)
-All your clients fees go to you- it only stands to reason, you are doing the work with your clients you should get 100% of the fees
-You get the added benefit of your own part of the very popular Lazy Runner website, your own portal to advertise, market and reach a much broader community
-You get all the training required to set up and operate a club
Very low set up fees- Lazy Runner requires minimal equipment and no lease or rental fees...you can operate your club totally outdoors or attach it to your already existing place of business
Taking on a new business, license or franchise can be scary and very expensive...but as you can see the risks of starting a Lazy Runner club are negligible whilst the rewards could be amazing....keep reading for more info on Lazy Runner Licenses
Requirements of Lazy Runner Licensee
Fitness/Coaching/Teaching/ Health Qualification
Current First Aid Certificate
Public Liability Insurance
And a running ability of Half Marathon or more
(all of the above can be advised on and achieved whilst applying for License)
Previous experience in working with groups of people, teams or clubs
i.e. sport coaching, surf life saving,
Energetic and athletic
Friendly and having good interpersonal skills
Maturity to connect with people of all ages, males and females and fitness levels
Lazy Runner is based setting up a running club in your area
To Find out what services clubs can provide ...Look here
Each club offers two or three running sessions per week, a coaching sessions (Muck Up Seshs) and an endurance session (Ho Hum Run)
What you get in your Lazy Runner License
*The ability to set up a Lazy Runner Club in your area using the Lazy Runner name and trademark.
*A page on the Lazy Runner Website marketing your club and all administration of that page
*Start up package- Lazy Runner Training Program (over 30 coaching sessions), Training at your location (so Lazy Runner comes to you), Starter Kit, Marketing Support, Administration kit, Advertising Support and Website Support and three Lazy Runner Tops
Training and Start Up package normally costs $5000...special 2012 deal- $1000 and we come to you
What is required of you?
Basic Equipment for Sessions
eg. Stopwatch, whistle, marker hats, agility equipment etc
Lazy Runner License Costing
Licensees sign up for 12 months of Lazy Runner
Cost of licence $1000 (First year)- Includes web page and website support, marketing and personal guidance.
Training and Start up Package- 2012 deal $1000 (normally $5000), one off only fee
License renewable annually
All program and casual fees from clients fees go to Licensee
Hours per week- 2 sessions per club plus planning, approx 3 hours week- per club
20 Runners= $200-$400 per week= $65- $133 per hour
30 Runners= $300- $600 per week= $100- $200 per hour
40 Runners= $400- $800 per week= $133-$266 per hour
Averaged out-Based on Up Front Program Plan ($200 per 14 week program, per runner) or casual runners ($10 per session), or annual membership packages ($400-$500)
Want more work and profits- take on two or three clubs in your area
More ways to earn- Lazy Boots=$20 per person, and $10 bring a friend
Corporate Running Packages- From $250 per company
Your clients can take a number or packages, that you can design yourself...currently on offer for Lazy Runner Clubs are annual packages, program packages and casual memberships
About Lazy Runner- Lazy Runner started in Noosa Heads (Queensland, Australia) 4 years ago and there are now 5 clubs operating in South East Queensland with over 200 runners. Currently there are six operational Lazy Runner Licensed clubs (Gold Coast, Mount Gambier, Singapore, Noosa Heads, Ballarat, Melbourne, Perth, Fremantle, Nambour, Hamilton, Grampians )
Lazy Runner makes running fun. It is also a safe way to train and run with a group
Lazy Runner takes all levels of runners and fitness abilities. Lazy Runner is different to other clubs as you can be a non runner and join Lazy Runner to learn how to run
Lazy Runner offers running coaching in a friendly group environment at a great value rate
The youngest member of Lazy Runner is 16 and the eldest is 75!
Areas that Lazy Runner is ready to start up in...Melbourne, Gold Coast,Sydney, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth....also licenses available in Victoria ( Bendigo, Geelong, Warrnambool and many more locations), Queensland (Hervey Bay, Gympie, Nambour, Toowoomba, and many more locations)