“The men and women who work in the fitness industry cannot afford to wait. The House, Senate, and White House need to find a way to strike a deal that helps industries—like the health & fitness industry—that have been absolutely devastated by this pandemic.” – Brent Darden, International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association.
In a Board of Directors Meeting on Wednesday, August 12, Reinhardt announced that he has decided to resign as the Chair of the IHRSA Board after serving in this role for the last 14 months.
Hot off the presses, right to your screens, IHRSA’s efforts to spread the news about what health clubs are doing and going through are picking up steam.
Without immediate federal assistance, IHRSA estimates that 8,000 businesses could shutter permanently affecting tens of thousands of workers across the industry.
IHRSA provides data on each state’s health club industry so club operators can share important information with their lawmakers.
IHRSA sent an article to media outlets telling the world how safe, clean, and well-prepared gyms are to welcome back their members. Here’s how you can promote this information in your community.
Contrary to popular belief, early research suggests health clubs may pose no additional risk in transmitting coronavirus compared to other public places.
IHRSA invites the millions of health and fitness club owners, operators, and staff to support the association’s lobbying efforts to save, protect, and revitalize the health and fitness industry.
As states begin opening their economies, IHRSA and U.S. fitness clubs make the case that health clubs are vital and well-prepared for opening as soon as safely possible. IHRSA lays out four areas of focus to safely and successfully reopen clubs across the country.
As states begin opening for business, IHRSA and club operators make the case that health clubs are vital and well-prepared to open as soon as safely possible. Part of this preparedness is utilizing a four-pronged safety framework.