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Gym Startup Ideas



2 years ago

A startup for finding and reserving gyms, as well as a digital membership card. The startup wants to be the world’s first digital gym, using an app to track and manage memberships.

284
2 years ago

A startup that helps people set up their first home gym Sells mats, weights, kettlebells, etc

120
2 years ago

A scheduling tool for people with a full-time schedule who are looking to find time to go to the gym.

115
2 years ago

A startup that’s looking to build a product where people can find and book gym memberships online.

113
1 year ago

Launched in July, this startup is building a network of fitness centers that work with local gyms, and can charge you less at each location.

112
2 years ago

 A platform that helps members discover and share their favorite fitness classes and gyms.

110
2 years ago

A tool that allows you to create and sell virtualized physical objects, like a virtual home, or a virtual gym.

107
1 year ago

A startup that’s building a standalone app that makes it easier to use and manage a gym membership.

107
2 years ago

The startup provides software, training and data to help consumers achieve their fitness goals. The company’s software, which is built on the premise that “it’s not about the number of times you go to the gym, it’s about how much you get done when you go”, has won the Best Startup Award at the Philadelphia Startup Weekend.

89
2 years ago

An online marketplace for gym memberships. It allows users to book time at a gym with the click of a button.

88
1 year ago

A platform that helps people find and book the best available gym memberships, and better manage their fitness routine.

88
2 years ago

A platform that helps people “find and share the best deals” for everything from gym memberships to long-distance driving.

86
1 year ago

A startup that helps people get free gym memberships without having to go to a gym.

86
6 months ago

Web app that will help you keep track of how much time you spend at the gym.

86
1 year ago

A business that lets people take their unused gym equipment home.

83
8 months ago

A way to allow people to easily share their gym photos with friends and family.

69
1 year ago

A platform that allows customers to make recurring payments — and keep money in the bank — for things like gym memberships or recurring mortgage payments.

61
1 year ago

 Gets people to go to the gym, and then pays them to go there. People can make money by opting in to be covered by the startup, and can balance their own class schedules.

59
6 months ago

The goal is to build a tool to help people get the most out of their in-home gym equipment. It’s an interesting idea, but it’s also very early on.

57
1 year ago

The company that makes the "company gym", which can be used by companies for employee training, goal tracking, and more.

49
1 year ago

A way to log workouts on your phone, for those who prefer to skip the gym.

45
1 year ago

A ticketing and event ticketing software company. The startup wants to build a platform for events to sell tickets online, as well as a way to sell tickets at non-traditional venues like bars and gyms.

40
1 year ago

A device that can help “people get in shape”. The device is currently being used by a number of fitness studios and gyms that cater to women. The company has raised $2.5 million.

38
1 year ago

A business that sends people to the gym, based on the weather and other data. The company already has more than 40,000 customers in the U.S. and has raised over $2 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Thrive Capital and others.

34
1 year ago

A platform for people who want to Lose Weight, but don’t have the money for a gym membership.

34
5 months ago

A company that makes workout equipment for the gym, such as barbells and dumbbells.

33
11 months ago

A startup that helps users plan their day (e.g. "I want to go to the gym at 5pm")

31
10 months ago

An upstart that wants to build a “smart” watch for heavy users of fitness trackers, claiming it can cut the time it takes to get to the gym from 30 minutes to 10.

29
5 months ago

A digital alternative to the gym membership that offers fitness classes and events tailored to the individual.

28
4 months ago

A personal fitness tracking app. The startup believes they can be the Uber of fitness tracking. Instead of having to choose between a gym membership or buying a fitness tracker, they want to make the process seamless.

28
1 year ago

A startup that arranges bookings for table tennis clubs, school gyms, or snooker clubs. The startup connects people looking for table tennis, snooker, or other sports to people who would like to host them.

25
3 months ago

Solar-powered bottle caps that allow users to keep track of the amount of time they’ve spent at the gym.

25
2 years ago

Idea: New types of spaces, like cafes, parks, and gyms, that are built for entrepreneurs and freelancers

22
1 month ago

A startup for monitoring and measuring the usage of workplace facilities like gyms and bike racks. The startup is based in the US, but is looking to expand globally.

20
19 days ago

A platform for booking or reserving anything from taxis to gyms to hotel rooms.

18
1 month ago

A software platform that helps companies create and manage employee perks such as gym memberships and paid time off.

13
2 days ago

If you’re a regular at the gym, chances are you’re already a member of a gym-tracking app. To make it easier for people to manage their health data, the startup is building a digital version of the physical receipts that people receive after a visit to the doctor.

10
2 years ago

Idea: An ‘online gym’ for high frequency traders

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2 years ago

Idea: A tool for companies to offer rewards to employees for specific health goals. The startup is partnering with employers to offer discounts on gym memberships, yoga classes, etc. to workers who reach their goals.

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2 years ago

Idea: This corporate wellness startup is building a platform that lets companies and their employees take their fitness out of the gym and into the world. Their first product, a smart wearable that tracks your steps and other activities, is currently being beta tested in the Bay Area.

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