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Crews prepare Anytime Fitness for reopening

ORCUTT, Calif. - After being shut down for three months, Gina Martinez along with her crew at Anytime fitness in Orcutt are hard at work getting ready to reopen.

“We’re going to be moving some equipment around designated areas for you to work out in ready for you to have cleaning making sure everything’s ready for you to have cleaning supplies,” said Martinez.

There will be a checkin system.

“So everybody’s gonna be checking in so we can limit the amount of people that are inside the club,” said Martinez.

Based on the size of this facility managers are only allowing 22 people in at a time.

Group training sessions will also be smaller in size.

“We’re going to be maxing it at six were as we used to have a max of 10,” said Eric Flory with Anytime Fitness.

The gym will provide extra Disinfectant for everyone.

“And will be cleaning the gym on a regular basis every two hours if not more than that,” said Flory.

While the gym will probably look different than it was before the Coronavirus pandemic, trainers say their philosophy remains the same.

“We always have three rules and the rules are keep it safe keep it effective keep it fun so that doesn’t change so that’s gonna be very similar it’s just the times have changed,” said Flory.

Martinez hopes enough members return to maintain the business long-term. "We’re doing everything we can to keep the environment that way so that you can be safe in this environment and stay healthy.”

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