It’s time to plan to get back together in person. IHRSA 2021—our 40th anniversary show—will take place September 20-22, 2021 in Los Angeles, CA.
A recent CDC study has been misconstrued to support the argument that gyms along with bars and restaurants are high-risk settings for transmission of COVID-19. In fact, the study found no statistically significant link between COVID-19 test results and visiting a gym (among other community activities).
Jillian Michaels contracts COVID-19 from her friend and hairdresser, then tells fans to avoid returning to the gym while pushing her new app.
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.
We want to invite all gyms and health clubs on September 19-20, 2020, to participate in a global initiative to get people active and healthy. See how.
Industry veteran Brent Darden said his selection to serve as IHRSA Interim President & CEO was “a privilege and an honor.” Learn more about his vision for the future of IHRSA and the industry.
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.
On September 17, we’ll (virtually) come together with the best minds in the fitness industry to innovate, connect, and thrive. Here are five reasons you can’t afford to miss it.
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.
From governors to senators, IHRSA's been busy making the case that health clubs are vital to their communities' health.