The new rules for gyms under lockdown level 3

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Some of those just aren't practical...especially the "must be a 30-minute window between sessions to allow for cleaning". We'll just have to end up probably combining classes, or something like that. They obviously don't think any of these rules through before spitting them out...just like some of the completely bizarre rules we had when emerging from the lockdown last year.
 

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Some of those just aren't practical...especially the "must be a 30-minute window between sessions to allow for cleaning". We'll just have to end up probably combining classes, or something like that. They obviously don't think any of these rules through before spitting them out...just like some of the completely bizarre rules we had when emerging from the lockdown last year.
Have you seen the cunts in the ANC? Never been to a gym in their lives. So have no idea what would work...
 

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Some of those just aren't practical...especially the "must be a 30-minute window between sessions to allow for cleaning". We'll just have to end up probably combining classes, or something like that. They obviously don't think any of these rules through before spitting them out...just like some of the completely bizarre rules we had when emerging from the lockdown last year.
kfc (sugars) hard at work.
 

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how are any of these gyms surviving all this nonsense?
I thought by now many simply closed down shop and disappeared into nothing.
 

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how are any of these gyms surviving all this nonsense?
I thought by now many simply closed down shop and disappeared into nothing.

A lot of the small gyms, which are far better and cheaper to go to, don't care about this drivel. If you truely cared about best practices, then listening to government is the opposite of what you really need to do.
 

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Not going anywhere near a gym now (or for the last year), just to much sweating and spitting going on.
 

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A lot of the small gyms, which are far better and cheaper to go to, don't care about this drivel. If you truely cared about best practices, then listening to government is the opposite of what you really need to do.
but wont they get closed down?
I mean didn't the government have the bright idea to get youth to go around checking Covid Compliance.

I mean what next? ? I mean that is the next logical step, right?
the Nazis would be so proud of where we are heading.
 

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I'm still being charged every month although I haven't been to the gym since March.
are you also one of these people that say lock-down has been "great"
and dont really mind the cash being thrown away.

I mean some people love sitting in their man-caves, and the fact that its now mandated, makes them really happy,
not judging you, just makes me wonder who willingly sits and lets debit orders go down the drain for something they aint using.
 

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My local gym has already been doing all of this, luckily most of the people there wipe the equipment themselves after use because they aren't lazy f$cks.
 

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are you also one of these people that say lock-down has been "great"
and dont really mind the cash being thrown away.

I mean some people love sitting in their man-caves, and the fact that its now mandated, makes them really happy,
not judging you, just makes me wonder who willingly sits and lets debit orders go down the drain for something they aint using.


I'm with Virgin Active with Vitality. Fees are R248 pm so it's not huge. They didn't charge for April to October but are billing since then. If I cancel, the re-activation fees are huge.
 

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I'm with Virgin Active with Vitality. Fees are R248 pm so it's not huge. They didn't charge for April to October but are billing since then. If I cancel, the re-activation fees are huge.
honest question,
do you ever think with the way things going, ANYTHING will go back to the way it was?

I mean were going globally from one pandemic to another, at this rate,
I doubt there will even be normal like it used to be.

Im only waiting for the gangs of looters to show up at this point.
 

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honest question,
do you ever think with the way things going, ANYTHING will go back to the way it was?

I mean were going globally from one pandemic to another, at this rate,
I doubt there will even be normal like it used to be.

Im only waiting for the gangs of looters to show up at this point.


Once a vaccine goes around things should return to normal. Could be at least a year though before that.

Though I doubt people will be shaking hands as much anymore and will tend to be more aware of germs.
 

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Not going anywhere near a gym now (or for the last year), just to much sweating and spitting going on.

Every gym thread has this at least one guy who feels it is necessary to share how responsible he is. Buddy, we get it and don't really care what you do. People who choose to go to the gym during this time are not your sissies that you can preach to as you do in vegetarian and cross-fit threads.
 
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