With the next wave of COVID-19 forcing world governments to consider shutdowns again, we've put together eight steps gyms can take to help keep their clubs open or reopen as soon as possible.
Since March, IHRSA has been fighting an uphill battle to get health clubs relief and show how critical they are to public health. Here’s an update of our lobbying efforts through August.
IHRSA’s Executive Vice President of Public Policy Helen Durkin shares details of what IHRSA expects to happen in Washington D.C., where the industry’s lobbying efforts are focused, and action you can take today to support efforts to get relief.
From governors to senators, IHRSA's been busy making the case that health clubs are vital to their communities' health.
Ten music publishers sued Peloton for $150 million for violating music copyright law. What could this mean for the fitness industry?
Expert Paul Eigenmann warns if the fitness industry doesn't lead the way for new standards, someone else will—and that could hurt a lot of health clubs.
Health clubs are finding themselves playing referee between the rights of their transgender members and the privacy rights of other members. What can they do, especially when the law isn't always clear?
Having an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant website ensures that all people can access your site’s content and can prevent a lawsuit down the road. Here’s what gym operators need to know.
Growing your business is great for your bottom line, but it's also great for the health of your community and the world. That's why even if you're a small town health club, international organizations could help your business.
See how your business was promoted and protected in 2018, and learn what issues we expect to see this year.