Latest news from Premier Fitness

LATEST NEWS FROM PREMIER FITNESS

The Premier Fitness Collective is a select team of independent fitness and health professionals that are the best in their respective field.

Each has a minimum of 3 years of industry experience to draw from, they regularly engage in their own personal and professional development in order to stay ahead of the curve, and most importantly they retain a passion for helping people that (like any industry) can often fade over time.

Now that's not to suggest that they're all carbon copies of each other. Quite the contrary. Every member of the Premier Fitness Collective has a unique skill set that can only be developed over time, and because personality is also such a huge factor in an effective and long lasting trainer-client relationship, there is a great mix of that as well.

So if you need help with any aspect of your physical or mental wellbeing, why not use our free 'Find a Trainer' search, or head over to the 'Meet the Trainers' page to read more.

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The short answer is probably "Yes, it's safe to go back".

This week the gyms and health clubs that survived the COVID-period have reopened their doors under very strict conditions that have been handed down from the national and state government, with extremely heavy penalties for failure to comply.

All clubs, big and small, commercial or private, are subject to massive fines for even minor breaches to zoning, cleaning, and distancing rules, and the police have been monitoring these things very closely so far down in Victoria.

But despite the new rules, clubs across QLD have made the necessary adjustments so that the people that are in desperate need of that training hit can safely do so within the current short-term parameters.

So rather than being anxious about heading back to the gym, be careful instead. And if you would like some free help getting started but you're not sure where to look, click 'Find a Trainer' to connect with an experienced, high-level trainer in your area.
Is it safe to go back to the gym?

If you were one of those people that refused to let COVID-19 deter you from engaging in regular exercise, you have probably learned a great deal about yourself and developed some great new habits over the past 12 weeks.

You may not have appreciated it initially, but for trainers and clients alike, a forced break in routine can be a great way to expose yourself to new environments and challenges, providing a fresh kick to both your physical and cognitive functioning.

A fresh Monday morning session in the park, with the sunrise as your backdrop may now be your preferred way to start the week. You might have started a training routine that involved your partner and/or kids that allowed you to see each other in a new light. Maybe you found yourself engaging with friends and family via a weekly online Zoom quiz. 

It has been really encouraging to see and hear stories of people making the best of such a tough time, so don't be too hasty in returning to your old routine. Make sure you consider which components of the COVID lifestyle that have benefited yourself and those within your circle.

What does your post-COVID routine look like?