Let's get restarted: Physical Company offers advice on keeping gym members safe
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
énergie group
Competitive
Dundee, UK
Sefton Council
£21,589 - £24,799
Bootle, UK
star job
Xercise4Less
Competitive
Rugby, UK
star job
Core Health & Fitness
Competitive salary plus commission
South East, UK
Everyone Active
Competitive
Wellington, Somerset

Let's get restarted: Physical Company offers advice on keeping gym members safe

Job opportunities
Core Health & Fitness
Competitive salary plus commission
location: South East, UK
training opportunity
Les Mills
location: Nationwide, United Kingdom
Fresh Fitness
£25,000 to £30,000pa (dependant on experience)
location: Skegness, Lincolnshire, UK
more jobs

As countries around the world gear up to relax their lockdown rules, there remains a question mark over gyms and studios, which in many markets will be one of the last sectors to be given the green light.

Yet even in these more cautious markets, positive pressure is being applied on decisionmakers to bring gym opening forwards; a dual-pronged approach by organisations such as ukactive and EuropeActive is highlighting the proven benefits of being active for our immunity and virus resilience, and laying out strict guidelines for gym re-opening to assuage safety concerns.

Readers are no doubt familiar with the recommendations; the full documents can be accessed via the links above for those who are yet to download a copy. But the topline is this: from stringent cleaning protocols, to social distancing, to the need for masks and other protective measures, gyms when they re-open will be very different places from how they used to be.

So, how will you prepare your fitness areas to ensure, at a minimum, they meet the safety guidelines?

How will you then go the extra mile to reassure your members that you’ve put them first, ensuring they feel safe enough that the benefits of exercise – more compelling now than ever – outweigh any residual concerns they may have?

We've designed our let's get restarted document to offer a few helpful suggestions and hands-on tips, embracing the areas in which physical company is uniquely positioned to be your go-to partner – your First for Fitness Solutions – as you prepare to re-open.

Let's Get Restarted contents:

You can download the Let's Get Restarted PDF here, or read it online here.

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Company Details
Physical Company Ltd
Physical Company provides specialist fitness solutions. This includes equipment, flooring, gym design, programming and training to individuals and organisations across the UK and Europe. We strive to offer our customers the very best in product quality and take pride in offering a quick, reliable service and exceptional value.

Physical Company supply over 1,900 product lines including some of the most pioneering pieces of kit in the industry. Our strength lines boast rigs, heavy-duty storage solutions, precision engineered bars, exceptional quality dumbbells and weight plates. We also offer impressive wellness, functional, sport, combat and studio ranges. We supply industry leading sports and gym flooring by ECORE. We also distribute lines from world leading brands such as: BOSU®, TRX, EXIGO, AIREX, REEBOK®, STOTT PILATES®, MERRITHEW™ and TRIGGERPOINT™.
Address
The Works, Wycombe Road,
Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire
HP14 3RR UK
Telephone
+44 (0)1494 769 222
As countries around the world gear up to relax their lockdown rules, there remains a question mark over gyms and studios, which in many markets will be one of the last sectors to be given the green light.
,tec,haf,sar
2020/THUMB345670_803629_495390.jpg

More News

1 - 15 of 42,920
18 Sep 2020
Hundreds of thousands of small companies in the UK – including those operating in fitness and leisure – are set to receive payouts on interruption ... More
18 Sep 2020
Boutique gym attendance and class bookings in some world regions have bounced back to around 91 per cent of pre-COVID levels. The figure comes from ... More
18 Sep 2020
The government has further extended protection from rent enforcement activity until the end of the year. The measure, in force for England and Wales, provides ... More
17 Sep 2020
Town Sports International – which operates a raft of brands, including the New York Sports Club and Boston Sports Club – is looking to secure ... More
15 Sep 2020
Wearable tech firm Formsense has secured a technology partnership with an inter-interdisciplinary team of researchers looking to help stroke survivors be more physically active. The ... More
15 Sep 2020
Les Mills has launched a trio of digital solutions to help fitness operators shift towards a hybrid model. Designed to future-proof studios and clubs, the ... More
MyZone Group Ltd
MyZone Group Ltd
15 Sep 2020
Sport England has launched the latest edition of the popular This Girl Can campaign, celebrating the inventive ways women have been staying active during the ... More
12 Sep 2020
COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it – and the fitness industry with it. As a result, operators have had to change their ... More
11 Sep 2020
PureGym has secured a £100m cash injection from shareholders to help deal with both the opportunities and threats posed by COVID-19. The move takes its ... More
10 Sep 2020
Organised fitness, sports and other leisure activities (including swimming) can continue despite the introduction of the new "Rule of Six" on 14 September – providing ... More
10 Sep 2020
A study by researchers at Emory University in the US has shown how exercise can strengthen the brain's resilience to stress through a protein called ... More
10 Sep 2020
A brand new luxury resort and spa has recently opened on the Croatian island of Hvar, inspired by local healing traditions and nature. Located near ... More
VAC (National Conf of Visitor Attractions)
VAC (National Conf of Visitor Attractions)
09 Sep 2020
A new training initiative is aiming to 'retool the physical activity workforce' to help businesses recover after lockdown. Funded by Sport England, the £1.5m ReTrain ... More
09 Sep 2020
Althought local lockdowns are impacting gyms in Melbourne and also the state of Victoria, most gyms across Australia and New Zealand began reopening in mid-May. ... More
09 Sep 2020
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), has announced that a “Call for Wellness Innovations” contest, as well as a dedicated Tech Innovation Pavilion, will be unveiled ... More
STA
STA
1 - 15 of 42,920
ResortSuite
ResortSuite