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Many southern California gyms remain open in defiance of state and county orders to close. And the NBC4 I-Team has found some of those gyms are incorrectly telling customers they are exempt from closure orders. “That’s not true. We don’t have any exemptions like that as far as I know of, even in the state,” …

Two North County gyms were the latest businesses to face repercussions Friday for violating public health orders. Code enforcement officials were ordered to serve an immediate closure notice to the MetroFlex Gym in Oceanside and a cease-and-desist order to The Gym in Vista, according to a county spokesman. The actions came just two days after …

Gym owners have been breaking a sweat since the beginning of the pandemic. From forced closures to partial reopenings, and now some are working out outdoors, in the middle of a heat wave. Cali4Fitness gym owners, Jillian and Tato Silva, said they’re trying to stay positive and keep their clients safe. They moved their high …

Doctors say closure of gyms, night clubs has led to fewer COVID-19 cases Across the state, we’ve seen fewer coronavirus cases. FOX 10’s Jennifer Martinez spoke to two doctors about what’s been the biggest help in flattening the curve. PHOENIX – Across the state, we’ve seen fewer coronavirus cases. It’s a step in the right direction …

EGYM’s Immunity Boost system EGYM COVID-19 has a tremendous impact on many businesses, but the fitness and exercise industry has been hit particularly hard. On one side, many membership-based gyms and fitness centers have seen in-person business collapse due to lockdowns. As with displacements in some other industries due to the pandemic, however, there are pockets …

His decision has pit him against mayors from several cities, including Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms called his announcement perplexing for a state battling a virus that’s killed nearly 900 residents and sickened about 22,000 others. Nationwide, the death toll is approaching 50,000, according to the Johns Hopkins University. “When I …

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has signed a new executive order that limits occupancy of restaurants, bars, gyms, cinemas, clubs, and other public gathering spots to no more than 50 people. The move will severely impact local eateries and other retail businesses as the coronavirus outbreak continues Hospital cafeterias and nursing homes are not included in …

MARYLAND – Changes are coming to the state of Maryland to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. During a press conference at 11 a.m. Monday, Governor Larry Hogan announced that all bars, dine-in restaurants, movie theaters, and gyms will close at 5 p.m. Monday. Takeout, drive-thrus, and delivery will remain open, as well as …

DUNWOODY, Ga. — Every few years, there’s a new workout trend.  Aerobics, Tae Bo, and remember those belts you could strap around your waist that were supposed to just giggle the pounds away? Most of us probably enjoyed watching shows about the future when we were kids. Would we have talking robots and flying cars? …

Claire Kowalick, Wichita Falls Times Record News Published 2:16 p.m. CT Dec. 12, 2019 CLOSE Researchers think they now have an idea why most of us prefer a night on the couch versus one spent at the gym. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details. Buzz60 Less access to workout facilities and easier access to fast-food …