New Pvolve Studios Coming to Nashville Metro Area Following Latest Franchise Deals
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New Pvolve Studios Coming to Nashville Metro Area Following Latest Franchise Deals

April 03, 2024 // // NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Pvolve announced the signing of two new franchise agreements for Nashville, which will introduce Pvolve studios to both Franklin and Brentwood, Tennessee, and build upon the existing studio location in The Gulch.

The local franchisees are Mary Godwin (Franklin), a former teacher and native of Franklin; and sisters Melissa McClellan and Frances Lynch (Brentwood), both experienced entrepreneurs in the fitness space.

Pvolve is a workout that prioritizes longevity and sustainability, without sacrificing effectiveness, ultimately helping its members live younger, longer. Recently, the company announced the preliminary results of its Healthy Aging study, which demonstrated that Pvolve is more effective in improving strength, flexibility, energy, and quality of life for women over 40+ than 150 minutes per week of moderate cardio and strength training.*

“Before finding Pvolve, I always thought, ‘I know I need to work out, but I hate it,’ and that you had to totally break down your body to get a good workout,” Godwin shared. “It took a while to find my ‘thing’ in terms of exercise, and, now that I have, I want to share it with everyone, especially the other moms in my community.”

“When I entered the health and wellness space, I fell in love with the idea that I could help people improve their lives,” said McClellan. “As I get older, it becomes increasingly important for me to create an inclusive space for members of my community that nurtures all fitness levels. Pvolve is just that.”

Both franchise groups have already expressed an intent to welcome additional studio locations to the Nashville Metro area in the years ahead, which means there can be additional.

“I’m beyond excited to see Pvolve take root in the Franklin and Brentwood communities,” said Pvolve President Julie Cartwright. “Mary, Melissa, and Frances are intelligent, passionate business owners, and we are lucky to welcome them as our newest partners. Pvolve’s innovative training model is so incredible in that it really can deliver powerful transformations for people of all ages and fitness levels. The studio is sure to invigorate the wellness routines of those in the community and bring new meaning to what great fitness looks and feels like.”

*The 12-week clinical trial conducted by the University of Exeter and Pvolve included 72 women ages 40-60 years old, comparing 4 Pvolve workouts per week of 30-55 minutes in length to standard physical activity guidelines of 150 minutes per week.




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