FIT, a renowned fitness and health center chain in San Diego has recently announced that the company is ready to reopen its San Diego locations recently and they did so on June 15. However, since the pandemic is not over yet, FIT feels strongly that some stringent safety rules are necessary and they have employed those in all of their locations. —
The company insists on extensive cleaning efforts, but feels that this measure alone is not enough. Instead, FIT members are asked to reserve their workout sessions in advance. When they get to the gym at the reserved time, their temperature is taken to ensure the safety of all members and staff. They are also given a towel and a locker in compliance with social distancing rules. Showers and steam rooms will not be in function to minimize the risk of infection. Initially, the training sessions are limited to 90 minutes after which time the premises are vacated and the gym is thoroughly cleaned to be ready to welcome the new batch of FIT members.However, the company announced that the training sessions will be expanded to 150 minutes starting on Monday, June 29th.
“We were really looking forward to reopening after this unexpected hiatus. Even though we weren’t open all this time, we worked hard on devising and implementing changes and policies which would make it safe for our members to return to the gym,” – states Scott Lutwak, the founder of FIT. Mr. Lutwak adds: “Getting used to these new rules will take a bit of time, but we put the safety and health of our members first. See you at the gym.”
About FIT Athletic: Founded by Scott Lutwak, CEO, entrepreneur, and San Diego resident, who builds world-class fitness facilities offering the very best instructors and trainers, the most innovative equipment and fitness programming, a community-based culture, all in a stunning environment. FIT currently has 5 locations all over San Diego, including East Village, Carmel Mountain, Solana Beach and Mission Beach, as well as the latest addition, Little Italy location. Part of the proceeds from Fit fund Lutwak’s non-profit, Urban Angels. He built a permanent kitchen in Connections Housing and has prepared and served over 500,000 meals to individuals experiencing homelessness in downtown San Diego.
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