As people, restaurants, and stores try to limit exposure to the public during the coronavirus outbreak, gyms have also had to adjust their operations.

The following list includes the latest actions taken by some of the largest fitness chains in the U.S. (Note: Not all gym locations are corporate-owned franchise-owned locations may be operating under different guidelines.)

 

Gold’s Gym is offering free workouts for non-members.

Gold’s Gym as of March 16 has closed all company-owned and franchised locations.

Gold’s is offering its premium app, Gold’s Amp, for free until May 31, 2020. Visit Golds Gym online, and enter promo code FIT60. The app offers over 600 audio and video workouts and hundreds of DJ mixes to keep you moving in the gym, outside, or at home.

You can also visit Gold’s Gym online for free access to Les Mills at home workout videos, as well as their own on-demand channel, Gold’s Gym Anywhere.

 

Planet Fitness is hosting free “work-ins” on Facebook live.

Planet Fitness is closed in areas with a government mandate. They are offering the general public free online workouts via Facebook Live. The 20-minute, equipment-free fitness sessions go live at 7 p.m. EST each day until they reopen.

 

24 Hour Fitness offers Zoom group workouts, YouTube workouts and a free app.

As of March 17 24 Hour Fitness closed all of their clubs, while offering members the ability to cancel their 24 Hour Fitness membership online. If you choose to stay, you won’t be charged fees from April 16 until they reopen.

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Anytime Fitness offers a Coach Care Connect program for everyone.

Anytime Fitness, which is operated by individual franchise owners, has all of their locations close, but is offering thousands of workouts and coaching that can be done from home through their Coach Care Connect program on Facebook.

Each morning at 8:30 AM CST, Anytime Fitness staff hosts live workouts designed to be done at home without any gym equipment. They are 10 to 20 minutes in length.

 

Crunch Fitness offers a free 45-day trial of Crunch Live.

Crunch, which is operated by individual franchise owners, has had numerous locations close but is offering members more than 100 workouts for free using their Crunch Live platform. Non-members can get free access to the Crunch Live Platform with a free 45-day trial.

 

Equinox is offering free workouts to Instagram followers.

Equinox has temporarily closed all of their locations. But, even non-members can get access to workouts on their IGTV channel by following @equinox on Instagram.

 

LA Fitness offers members live at-home workouts in their app.

LA Fitness has closed all of their clubs. Members can download the L.A. Fitness Mobile app to get access to live, at home workouts.

 

OrangeTheory is owning YouTube with daily at home workouts.

OrangeTheory has closed all corporate-owned studios in the U.S. and Canada. They’ve introduced free daily 50-minute OrangeTheory At Home workouts.
accessible through their website or YouTube Channel.

 

SoulCycle is taking over satellite radio with workouts on SiriusXM.

SoulCycle has temporarily closed all their locations in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. But, they are doing instructor-guided workouts with curated playlists on SirusXM.

 

Beach Body On Demand is offering free workouts for two weeks.

Beach Body On Demand is offering a 14-day free trial of their streaming at-home workout service, which includes 1,100 workouts and access to nutrition plans.

 

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