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$3,500 – $5,500 a month

Sales and/or Personal Training or Group Training: 1 year

Gym Management: 1 year

Driver’s License

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  • Physical effort required for daily duties includes lifting heavy weights, squatting, bending, reaching, spotting & prolonged standing and walking.

Pasadena, CA 91101 (South area)



$19.17 an hour

  • No prior fitness work experience or fitness education is required.
  • Job Types: Full-time, Part-time.

Basic Cardiac Life Support

Easily apply Responsive employer
  • The main functions are (1) Greet and direct members and guests: (2) to answer phones and direct calls for Fitness Center, Tennis Program and Waters Edge Spa” (3…
  • Must be able to perform all essential physical aspects of the position which may include standing for long periods of time, sitting, constantly walking,…


Artemis Distribution

Los Angeles, CA

Remote work available



$120,000 – $150,000 a year

  • This is a full-time position with
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Coronavirus rules for reopening California gyms coming soon

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said his administration will release guidelines “in a week or so” for allowing gyms, yoga studios and other fitness facilities to reopen, though stringent safeguards will need to be adopted to protect customers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Newsom cautioned that the state directives will be tailored to the unique characteristics of each business, from large fitness chains to small studios, and will rely heavily on the advice of public health officials in each county.

The governor made the comments during an online roundtable with fitness professionals and business owners Wednesday morning, saying he hopes to allow them to be back in business as soon as possible.

“We also recognize your sector is multifaceted and we don’t want to be naive and just put out something that’s bland and that doesn’t meet your unique criteria and your unique considerations,” Newsom said.

The news comes as Dr.

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California gyms reopening: Gov. Gavin Newsom says guidelines for reopening CA gyms, fitness centers coming in ‘week or so’

SAN FRANCISCO — When do gyms reopen in California and what will they look like when they do? Gov. Gavin Newsom held a roundtable discussion on Wednesday to talk about reopening the fitness industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The participants shared how they are dealing with the crisis, how they are adapting their workplaces, and what opportunities they see to reinvent their businesses and our state’s economy.

Newsom says he hopes that within a week or so, the state can release guidelines for reopening gyms. But he also points out that the fitness industry is multi-faceted and he doesn’t want to be naive and just put out something bland that doesn’t meet the unique criteria and considerations.

In the meantime, some gyms and instructors have been able to switch to virtual, one-on-one classes to make money. “We’re continuing to work our mission virtually,” one fitness industry member said.

Breaking down

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A New California: The future of 24 Hour Fitness clubs

We’re focused on fitness, specifically, 24 Hour Fitness. The chain that has almost 450 clubs, 22,000 employees, and some 3.5 million members have spent the last two months figuring out how to make the gym model work amidst the coronavirus crisis.  

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The club’s CEO, Tony Ueber, says they’re ready to reopen with modifications.           

“The most important is we’re going to open the clubs for an hour at a time; let people come in and workout, then we’ll close the club for 30 minutes in order to do a deep cleaning.  And then open it back up for another 60-minute segment,” says Ueber.

Ueber says the hour on, 30 minutes off will give cleaning

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Top 10 Gyms in Los Angeles

Fitness program: 5 steps to get started

Are you thinking about starting a fitness program? Good for you! You’re only five steps away from a healthier lifestyle.

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Starting a fitness program may be one of the best things you can do for your health. Physical activity can reduce your risk of chronic disease, improve your balance and coordination, help you lose weight — and even improve your sleep habits and self-esteem. And there’s more good news. You can start a fitness program in only five steps.

1. Assess your fitness level

You probably have some idea of how fit you are. But assessing and recording baseline fitness scores can give you benchmarks against which to measure your progress. To assess your aerobic and muscular fitness, flexibility, and body composition, consider recording:

  • Your pulse rate before and immediately after walking 1 mile (1.6 kilometers)
  • How long it
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definition of fitness by Medical dictionary

Many voluntary organisations offer the chance to try or develop sports, fitness, and outdoor activities.
Provocative as the idea of fitness landscapes is, no one knows what these topologies look like — how rugged they are, how many peaks they have.
“With funding to reach 1,000 cities and schools by 2020, our Fitness Courts, free mobile app, classes and clinics are building healthy habits for millions of people.”
Fitness testing is commonly done today for many people in conjunction with their doctors.
Dubai Business Village medical fitness centre, Knowledge Village medical fitness centre, JAFZA medical fitness centre, AXS medical fitness centre and Dubai Land Department medical fitness centre will be open from 8am to 1pm from Sunday or Thursday.
Planet Fitness is a franchisor and operator of fitness centres in the United States by number of members and locations.
This fitness centre does not just provide sessions to
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How are Fitbit Users Finding New Ways to Achieve Their Fitness Goals?

Shelter-in-place orders have changed much of Fitbit users’ everyday lives. We’ve been staying home, getting more quality rest (a happy surprise), cooking more, and finding new ways to stay active, given that our step counts are down. But, our resting heart rates have improved across the board, which is great news for heart health.  

When it comes to staying active, we’ve had to get creative—and Fitbit users have risen to the challenge. In fact, data from mid-April shows that more users exercised one to two times a week in April 2020 than in April 2019. (Exercises were either auto-detected or manually logged on users’ Fitbit devices, and lasted for a duration of at least 15 minutes.) This rings true across major American cities including San Francisco, Denver, and New York, as well as global cities including Paris, Seoul, and Tokyo—with Madrid being one notable exception.  

Note that week 15 is

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First Fitness Nutrition Shake Recipes

Since many of our valued customers have been inquiring about First Fitness Nutrition shake recipes for a while, I decided to bring you the greatest collection of FFN shake & healthy drink recipes you can find online! The recipes can be divided into several groups or categories: Muscle Building shake recipes, Balanced Nutrition shake recipes, Weight Loss shake recipes, Health & Wellness shake recipes and Healthy Refreshing drink recipes. So, here they are, all listed below for you to try them, enjoy them and greatly benefit from ALL of them! Your body will be thankful.

Muscle Building Shake Recipes

Almond Joy Shake

  • 2 scoops Body FX Chocolate Paradise
  • ¼ cup coconut flakes or 2 tbsp coconut extract
  • ¼ cup natural, unsalted almonds
  • 6-8 ice cubes
  • 8 oz water or skim milk

Banana Almond Shake

  • 2 scoops Body FX Tropical Crème
  • ¼ cup natural, unsalted almonds
  • ½
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