Health clubs and fitness suppliers are using their resources to aid the community during the coronavirus crisis. See how.
Requirements for businesses to reopen vary wildly from state to state. Here's what the first 10 states required, with a special focus on spacing/limits, face coverings, and entry prohibitions.
The fitness industry could face backlash from state legislatures as part of fallout from the actions of club operators during coronavirus closures. Here’s what it could look like.
The fitness industry doesn't quit when it comes to helping communities, members, and employees. We've highlighted a few more efforts by gyms, members, and employees who are going above and beyond to give support.
Brands behind exercise equipment, obstacle course races, and low-carb beer are stepping up to help the industry however they can as the coronavirus outbreak disrupts daily life.
Ruth Stricker Dayton, founder, owner, and executive director of The Marsh, A Center for Balance and Fitness, and a founding member of IHRSA, passed away on April 14, 2020.
In a recent press conference, the White House coronavirus task force announced that health clubs are to be included in Phase 1 of reopening. IHRSA sends gratitude to President Trump for recognizing the importance of the fitness industry.
It can be hard to keep track of everything happening in Washington D.C. as the coronavirus crisis upends Capitol Hill. We’ve highlighted all that IHRSA has been doing federally on your behalf in the last month.
Although the fitness industry has been among the hardest hit during the coronavirus crisis, many health clubs are stepping up to help first responders, keep the community together, and provide members (and non-members) with ways to exercise.
The coronavirus pandemic has virtually shut down the globe, causing governments to jump into action. The federal stimulus package has dominated national media, but do you know what relief your state is offering?