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Women-only kickboxing franchise 30 minute hit plans to open 50 new sites internationally during 2020.

Launched in 2004, the fitness brand – which offers HIIT sessions and kickboxing training – currently has 70 locations, mainly in Canada and the US.

The company will target the potentially lucrative New York City market during 2020 with the opening of the largest-ever 30 Minute Hit studio in Brooklyn.

The brand has also revealed plans to enter the UK and Australia.

The expansion plans follow a record-breaking 2019 for the chain, during which it opened eight new locations in the US and signed an additional 14 development agreements. These included areas it had no previous presence in, such as Las Vegas, Seattle, Austin, and California.

"Looking back on 2019, it's incredible to see all the advances and milestones our brand has reached," said Jackson Loychuk, 30 Minute Hit co-founder and CEO.

"This has been the busiest year in our company's history. Our brand has seen the most growth in the US since its founding.

"We've also signed locations internationally in Saudi Arabia and Ireland.

"We're thrilled to continue to spread our message of empowerment as we work to positively impact as many women as we can, one punch and kick at a time."

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