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During the pandemic, many people have been working out with online apps, in garages, outdoors, and other areas where they feel safe from Coronavirus. Now, as gyms across the country are preparing to reopen, what should you consider before returning to your beloved workout space?
Even though your gym is allowed to open, what if you don’t feel comfortable going back? While it was closed, you probably weren’t charged membership fees, but once the gym reopens, they’ll expect you to pay. Laura Daily, a writer with the Washington Post, has come up with steps to take if your gym opens, but you’re not quite ready to be in that environment. Laura writes about how to negotiate your gym membership in that scenario.
If you think you ARE ready to return to the gym, what should you consider before returning to, what is currently recognized as a high-risk environment? You’ll probably want to evaluate conditions that you perhaps didn’t think of as much as when you first signed up. Check out this excellent guide from freelance writer, triathlete, and group fitness instructor Pam Moore on the protocols that you should review before getting back to your indoor routine.
Thanks to these two ladies, you now have the info you need to navigate your new workout normal.