The Herald Sun – 23 June. MELBOURNE GYMNS TO RE-OPEN

GYMS TO REOPEN

Fitness fanatics can finally get their blood pumping again as gyms across the state throw open their doors after remaining off-limits for months.

From 12:01am tomorrow indoor sport centres can have up to 20 gym-goers for each space and 10 people in a class.

“The only reason we are opening is to re-engage with our members and with our team”.

Bodhi and Ride chief executive Michaela Fellner said the South Yarra cycle studio would operate classes capped at 10 clients.

Those who missed out could borrow equipment from the studio to work out at home.

“About 100 bikes have been loaned out but we really want to have more people back because we can deliver classes safely”, Ms Fellner said.

“It’s a lifeline for us to keep out members engaged.”

Chapel Street Precinct Association general manager Chrissie Maus said: “Our growing health and fitness sector has been preparing for this day for a very long time and they will lead the way in hygiene standards to ensure the safety of their clients.”

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