Club companies and industry manufacturers and suppliers appear this year on Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5,000 list, which ranks companies based on their greatest percentage revenue growth from 2007 to 2010.

Notable health club companies and health club management companies on the list are:

  • No. 1,332 – Planet Fitness, Newington, NH (216 percent growth, $157.1 million in 2010 revenue)
  • No. 2,610 – O2 Fitness Clubs, Raleigh, NC (89 percent, $8.5 million)
  • No. 2,911 – Anytime Fitness, Hastings, MN (73 percent, $33.7 million)
  • No. 3,741 – Mountainside Fitness Centers, Tempe, AZ (41 percent, $23.2 million)
  • No. 3,877 – Plus One Health Management, New York (36 percent, $46 million)
  • No. 4,213 – Snap Fitness, Chanhassen, MN (26 percent, $29 million)

All six of these companies appeared on last year’s list as well.

Other companies on the Inc. 5,000 list include Physique 57, New York, at No. 790 (396 percent, $8.1 million), CorePower Yoga, Denver, at No. 1,302 (222 percent, $23.5 million) and i9 Sports, Brandon, FL, at No. 4,456 (19 percent, $3.6 million). Physique 57 develops and teaches cardiovascular workout programs, CorePower Yoga is a yoga studio and i9 Sports is a youth sports franchise.

Industry manufacturers and suppliers that appear on the Inc. 5,000 list this year are:

  • No. 451 – TRX, San Francisco (773 percent growth, $31.7 million in 2010 revenue)
  • No. 631 – FitnessRepairParts.com, Wentzville, MO (528 percent, $3.2 million)
  • No. 778 – Motionsoft, Rockville, MD (404 percent, 12.1 million)
  • No. 1,184 – Mindbody, San Luis Obispo, CA (250 percent, $12.4 million)
  • No. 1,573 – The Active Network, San Diego (174 percent, $279.6 million)
  • No. 3,794 – Big Ass Fans, Lexington, KY (39 percent, $49.7 million)
  • No. 4,234 – Body Basics Fitness Equipment, Omaha, NE (25 percent, $2.8 million)

All seven of these companies also appeared on last year’s list.

To qualify to appear on the Inc. 5,000 list, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2007, according to the magazine. They also have to be based in the United States, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of Dec. 31, 2010. The minimum revenue required for 2007 is $100,000, and the minimum for 2010 is $2 million.