Heavy Hitting: Fitness Professionals Fight Back in Quest to Survive

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It’s no secret that Canada’s fitness industry has been hit hard by COVID. But fitness professionals are not sitting back – they are hitting back and trying to survive. Dino Camire, owner of One Family Fitness Centre in Winnipeg, believes fitness club owners and operators need to get over the anger and frustration of 2020 […]

University Research: Gyms Are Low Risk for COVID Transmission

University Research: Gyms Are Low Risk for COVID Transmission

Findings from the University of Oregon’s Consulting Group (OCG) demonstrates that health clubs do not pose the same risk as other venues like bars and restaurants. An analysis of Colorado data shows no statistically significant link between fitness club attendance and COVID-19 cases. In response to the second surge of COVID-19 cases, multiple states and […]

How to Use Humor to Conquer Zoom Fatigue

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Working remotely is no longer something reserved for freelancers or those on special assignment. Many major companies have said they plan to accommodate remote work indefinitely. In fact, following the pandemic, more than half of Americans say they want to continue working remotely, while two-thirds of companies say they may make their current work-from-home policies […]

IHRSA Launches Global Active & Safe Commitment for Health Clubs

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To demonstrate health and fitness clubs worldwide are doing all they can to provide the safest possible environment, IHRSA launched the Active & Safe Commitment.  IHRSA, the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association, has launched the Active & Safe Commitment for the global fitness industry to demonstrate that health and fitness clubs are operating with […]