With coronavirus cases rising around the world people are again wondering what activities are the highest risk. A new study shows contracting the virus while working out at gyms is actually low.
Club Pilates Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale is set to reopen this weekend following coronavirus closures. More information at https://www.clubpilates.com/location/gaineyranch.
On Tuesday, a county staffer entered Kovac's 16,000-square-foot facility on Highway 12 and wrote Kovacs a citation for violating the public health prohibition on exercising inside.
Wellness is taking on a whole new meaning right now and two classic trends are making a big comeback this year -- yoga and high-intensity interval training.
After three decades, Hathaway accomplished his goal on Oct. 3, logging 24,901 miles — the equivalent of circling the globe at the equator.
Bryant Johnson, the longtime personal trainer of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, did push-ups in front of her casket while paying his final respects.
Only services where face coverings can be worn at all times by everyone can reopen right now.
Jillian Michaels, famously known as a fitness guru, revealed she recovered after contracting COVID-19 from a workout friend during a FOX Business interview.
More and more gyms are reopening with changes to their operations amid COVID-19, including Hammer Crossfit located near 83rd Avenue and Bell in Peoria.
State guidelines drafted by Christ’s department say gyms can reopen at 25% capacity once a county hits moderate transmission rates but must commit to implementing strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Gyms are also urged to use a reservation system. Bars and nightclubs also can open at 50% occupancy levels, but only if they convert to restaurant service and implement stringent health department guidelines. Bars with no food service must remain closed.
Weights are becoming increasingly harder to find — with some back-ordered until the fall — as more people bulk up on home gym equipment as the world spends more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
A gym in Phoenix went above and beyond to follow COVID-19 health guidance and were approved by the state to reopen. Some gyms weren't so lucky.
As of Wednesday, August 19, several businesses have been approved, including movie theaters, bars, and gyms. AZDHS says duplicate business names reflect different locations. They did not give exact locations.
Judge Timothy Thomason of Maricopa County Superior Court ruled on August 17 that there was no indication that Ducey’s reopening plan for gyms violated due process standards. The judge wrote that Mountainside Fitness “has not even given the process a chance to work.”
At least one major gym group in the valley is back open. EoS Fitness says they struck a deal with the state to reopen, but as FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports, dozens of others are still waiting.
Chances are you're limited in the amount of workout equipment you can use these days. Fitness expert Famisha shares some tips to stay fit using one simple piece of equipment: a BOSU.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has the details on how they made it happen.
Tangible Fitness in Phoenix opened its doors for business on Aug. 11 despite Governor Ducey's orders that gyms need to apply for reopening once a lower positivity rate is reached. The next day, the state health department demanded its closure. Tangible Fitness in Phoenix reopened despite governor's orders, state demanding its closure
What's next for Mountainside Fitness? FOX 10's John Hook talked to the gym's owner about the governor's new guidelines for reopening.
The standoff between Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and health club owners sharpened as a judge rejected the governor's request to delay the process for reopening health clubs now closed for five weeks because of the pandemic.