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Are workout spaces opening too soon?


by Farah Gomaa

Doha News puts on its yoga pants and heads to the gym, examining the new safety regulations for reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photo: Ridetribe.qa

Photo: Ridetribe.qa

“Some people are impatient to get back to their normal exercise routines. Being at a confined space is at higher risk, but if you are willing and your heart is set on the gym, my advice is to check your personal risk and consider your own health condition and age,” says Alvin.

“We have tried to minimize the risk as much as possible. As with any fitness facility, absolutely there will always be risks because obviously in the gym they don’t train with their masks,” says Angelique de Lange, Head of Business Development and Marketing at F45 Qatar.

Workout spaces at F45 gym

‘No better time’

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