Updated: Oct 9, 2020
From the sounds of things, small businesses might be able to start opening their doors in just a few weeks and that includes me. Part of this news is exciting but the other part of it is very concerning and overwhelming. I've read that some business have installed high tech devices for taking the temperature of each of their employees as they enter the building while others have had their employees sign a declaration of health indicating that to the best of their knowledge, they are not infected or been anywhere where they suspect they might be a carrier of the virus.
Would these types of procedures be considered adequate or excessive by your standards?
If gatherings are permitted but restricted to groups of 10 or less, are these smaller gyms going to get bombarded?
Will there be a point where we are turning away business?
How many of us are left after just a couple of months of this pandemic?
Will we be able to keep everyone safe during this transition?
What level of precautions are to be taken at the gym so you feel safe working out?
What have you done in the interim to stay active? Is it walking? Online workouts?
Nothing? Have you stopped all together?
What are your expectations overall with getting back into your health routine?
If you have a few moments today, less than a minute in fact, I would love it if you would share with me your thoughts by taking my survey.
No contact information is required to submit the survey form so everything will remain anonymous.
Thank you in advance for your time and sharing your opinion with me so that I can provide you with safest scenario possible at my facility.