It’s been a busy week!
Sadly, this post is about Governor Wolf’s Covid-19 pandemic closure order that gyms must suspend operations starting Saturday, 12/12/20 through Monday, 1/4/21 as Covid-19 cases continue to spike.
As always, we’ll still be here during the shutdown to help meet your fitness needs.
We’ll be surveying our class members to see who would like to do virtual LiveStream classes through our MindBody platform or some outdoor classes, weather permitting. Wes, our Class Director, will touch base with members so check our class schedule next week.
Personal training clients may continue to see their trainers via Zoom or other virtual platforms as some of you have continued to do throughout the pandemic. You may also train outdoors while masked.
Covid Pause Options
We ask you to stick with us during the shutdown if it’s financially feasible for you. If you would like to “pause” your account during the shutdown, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the shutdown extends beyond 1/4/21, you will need to contact us AGAIN to continue the pause. Hopefully, if we all follow pandemic guidelines through the holidays, we’ll be back at the gym, and the Covid-19 pamdemic closures will end.
If you’d like to purchase any gift cards as we offered during our previous shutdown, check out our website home page or go directly to the page link here: https://www.pittsburghfitnessproject.com/help-pittsburgh-fitness-project/
Equipment Sign Outs
We will also be allowing active members to sign out small equipment like dumbbells, kettlebells, or bands during the shutdown. We will have members sign a contract when taking the equipment. If the equipment is not returned, you will be responsible for 110% of the retail price. We will be available on Friday, 12/11 between 4 – 6 PM and Saturday morning, 12/12 from 10 AM – 12 Noon if you’d like to stop by and check something out.
Mask up, especially with a multi-layered mask, whenever you are around anyone not in your household, even family members or close friends.
Stay at least 6 feet apart.
Wash your hands.
We’ll see you on the other side!
Dr. Brian Clista
Pittsburgh Fitness Project