The United Health & Fitness Federation brought pertinent IHRSA resources to Indian lawmakers in hopes of reopening health and fitness clubs. Now members can return and work on improving their overall health.
With a shift in presidency and coronavirus cases rising, IHRSA is being proactive, contacting every U.S. governor to ask that they keep health clubs open and explain how clubs can be part of the solution.
Some media outlets have reported findings of a new study suggesting gyms are a high-risk venue for COVID-19 transmission, but the key findings of this study point to a different conclusion, namely that gyms are less risky than many other indoor places studied and capacity limits are an effective means to reduce transmission while mitigating economic harm.
We’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming IHRSA European Congress 2020: Virtual Edition to the spring of 2021.
Joe Biden linked gyms and bars during the final presidential debate, saying not to open them above a certain rate of COVID-19. IHRSA sent a letter in response showing that data indicates gyms can be part of the solution.
A new survey by IHRSA, conducted by Kelton, a Material Company, shows that U.S. fitness consumers are awaiting the opportunity to resume their fitness routine at health clubs.
There’s been an outbreak of COVID linked to a spin studio in Canada. It has the markers to look like a superspreader event with at least 50 cases tied to the studio. The studio was following Provincial protocols and has been working with the local public health authorities to investigate the cause, and steps moving forward.
How a group of European fitness leaders rolled up their sleeves to bring the IHRSA European Congress 2020 Virtual Edition to life. Join us in the spring of 2021.
In an ongoing study at the University of Florida, researchers are conducting air quality tests to determine if SARS-CoV-2 is detectable in aerosol form. Findings from multiple samplings at Gainesville Health and Fitness show no detectable SARS-CoV-2 present.
Congress continues to exclude the fitness industry in economic relief packages, but IHRSA has found two bipartisan sponsors for an industry-specific bill.