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Crunch Fitness, a gym located at the intersection of Preston Road and Warren Parkway, has changed ownership. CR Fitness is the largest Crunch Fitness franchisee in the Southeast region and has acquired the property. CR Fitness said it hopes to own and operate 100 gyms by 2026, and the company is well on its way to the goal, currently holding 40 clubs. Crunch Frisco offers cardio and strength training gear, a group gym, pool, child care centre, cycling studio, saunas, locker rooms, and other amenities.

“We are extremely excited to bring new energy to Crunch Frisco as we continue to support the health and health goals of the Frisco community,” Tony Scrimale, CEO of CR Fitness, said in a press release. “We continually look for new growth opportunities, and Crunch Frisco was a great example of our efforts.

About the Company

Crunch gym in Frisco, TX, fuses exercise and fun with fantastic group exercise classes, miles of cardio,

world-class equipment and personal training, all in monthly subscriptions! Come and ask us Come out today and see how we keep it so fresh and clean!


The crunch was founded in 1989 as a gym by Doug Levine, a former stockbroker. The clubs have successfully attracted high-profile young members and sold logo merchandise.


Bally Total Fitness learnt Crunch in 2001 for $90 million in cash and stock. And they owned the brand for four years. In 2005, Angelo, Gordon & Co. And a private equity firm, purchased Crunch from Ballys for $45 million. And in 2009, added New Development Fitness Company (“NEFC”/New Evolution Ventures). Also, the company was founded by Mark Mastrov (founder of 24 Hour Fitness) and fitness veteran Jim Rowley as equity and operating partner.

Also, on July 1, 2019, it was announced that private equity firm TPG would acquire Crunch Fitness through its growth capital unit.

Global CEO Jim Rowley leads the crunch. Keith Worts is CEO of company-owned and operated clubs, including the Crunch Signature brand, and Ben Midgley is CEO of Crunch Franchise.

Group Fitness Classes

The clubs offer a variety of group fitness classes, including stationary bike workouts, Pilates, yoga, and Zumba. Initially, Crunch Fitness offered unusual classes like bike yoga, mixed wrestling, a drag queen-led “abs, thighs, and gossip” class, and (uncommon in 1997) pole dancing and capoeira. Although types were later standardized in various places, some popular offbeat categories remain, such as Karaoke Bike, Pound, and Antigravity Yoga.

The Neighborhood Gym Committed to our Communities

Texas Family Fitness is an inspiring gym for everyone in the community, from beginners to seasoned athletes. Our goal is: “To provide a first-class, affordable fitness experience in the communities we serve.”

Our clubs have state-of-the-art equipment and all the necessary amenities for the best fitness experience.

We offer more than a gym – we provide fitness advice. Our services include team, group and personal training. We work daily to ensure you have the tools and resources to achieve your fitness goals. We’re here to help you get moving, unleash your inner strength, and incorporate nutrition into your fitness routine.

As part of our commitment to the existence of the best FIT for your family, we offer a variety of classes at our gyms, and we also offer a kids’ club so you can prioritize your “me” time.

Big gyms and modest prices are essential to Texas Family Fitness. We want our members to:STOP paying expensive fees

START feeling more energy

BLAST through the trays

BRING the whole family

CRUSH your targets

JUMP starts your season

At Texas Family Fitness, together, we are stronger!

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