Suppliers Offer Advice During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Health club, YMCA, university rec center and other operators are working their way through the COVID-19 pandemic and the related facility closures with little experience on how to survive. Suppliers want to help. Below are links to articles that fitness industry suppliers have posted on their websites to help guide you through these trying times.

AV Now

COVID-19 Re-Opening Wireless Microphone Sanitization Information

Club Automation

The Rapid Recovery Toolkit and Re-Opening Playbook

Cozzia

Preparing for Masks

The Fitness CPA

How To Preserve Cash Flow…Or What’s Left Of It

Everybody Gets a Bailout! Which One Is Best For Gym And Fitness Business Owners?

Rent Abatement Guide With a Full Downloadable Script

COVID-19 Resources For Fitness Businesses

Hydromassage

How Wellness Businesses Can Adapt In The Coronavirus Era 

Part II: How Wellness Businesses Can Adapt And Thrive Post-Pandemic

Returning Hydromassage To Service After A Period Of Inactivity

Life Fitness

Reopening Your Fitness Facility Successfully and Safely

Precor

Recommended Disinfectants for Equipment 

Wellness Guide for Members and Trainers 

SneezeIt

Industry Resources

SportsArt

The "Unprecedented" Checklist

TMI Sustainable Aquatics 

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Health Club Resources: Sanitation vs. Disinfection

Torque

Five Steps To Creating A Functional Training Space In Any Facility

How To Transform Your Unused Space

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