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FOR REGULAR GYM-GOERS, ONLINE CLASSES WON’T CUT IT FOREVER
Almost three months into quarantine, public spaces across the country are finally getting ready to reopen for business. However, it still remains to be seen how fitness centers, gyms, and yoga studios will do so in a way that’s safe and hygienic for both their clients and their staff.

On Wednesday, May 27, California Governor Gavin Newsom says that guidelines for the state’s gyms should be coming “in a week or so”. Meanwhile, in New York, chains like Equinox, Crunch, and SoulCycle are already putting together their own standards for etiquette and sanitation at their facilities.

But just as consumers are adapting their habits around remote work and streaming entertainment, they’re also changing how they engage with physical fitness and wellness. Gyms still have some vocal advocates in the news, of course— who could forget how protestors in Clearwater, Florida made headlines for doing push-ups outside a city courthouse earlier this month? —  but it’s entirely possible that the rise of at-home options could disrupt the $94 billion fitness industry for good.
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