Our #1 priority: the safety of our members and team members. Fitness1 has always been dedicated to delivering a healthy way of life to our communities, and with a carefully planned and phased approach, we will begin to reopen. Each of us will play an important role in making your club a safe experience for us all.
Preparing for Your Return
In accordance with governmental orders and guidelines, Fitness1 is taking extra precautions to help our communities stay safe and healthy. This includes extensive cleaning protocols and social distancing practices.
A Comprehensive Approach
We continue to follow stringent sanitation protocols set forth by Larimer County for proper disinfection, operation and maintenance, as well as adding additional procedures to achieve a new level of cleanliness.
F1 Team members receive ongoing updates and training on cleaning protocols, are screened before each shift and required to wear a face covering. In addition, anyone entering the facility is asked to complete a Symptom Checklist at the front desk and have their temperature checked.
Three Disinfectant Wipe Stations
We provide three convenient, readily available equipment wipe disinfectant stations using EPA-registered solution.
We recently invested thousands of dollars into cutting-edge, virus-killing technology, and have added Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) nanotechnology to our busiest areas to destroy viruses, VOCs, allergens, bacteria & mold. No ozone is emitted with this system. This reduces your risk by killing viruses and bacteria by circulating 600sqft per hour so you can breathe easy.
A Safer Way to Be Together
We are taking careful actions to facilitate social distancing, such as floor markers and equipment signage. These will help guide you through our facility and help us all practice social distancing. Membership sign-ups, changes, and billing updates have all been moved online to reduce service-desk contact.
Group Fitness Classes
Our classes are capped at 11 participants to include 6 foot social distancing around each participant. Therefore, reservations in our free F1 app will be required. Live classes begin June 1st! We do have our virtual classes (included the ever-popular LesMills classes) available at any time outside of a live class, with no reservation required. Classes feature life-sized instructors on our 12-foot screen!
Supervised Child Care
This service will not be available until further government guidelines make it clear we can safely resume operation of the KidZone Child Care.
TEAM MEMBER SAFETY
We're One Healthy Community
Fitness1 is dedicated to the health and safety of our entire community, including our team members. In addition to adapting the environment in which they work to help ensure adequate spacing, team members have required temperature checks prior to each shift consistent with government orders and guidelines. In addition, anyone entering the facility is asked to complete a Symptom Checklist at the front desk and have their temperature checked.
Senior Workout Window
We kindly ask that 11am to 12:30pm Mon-Fri is reserved for our members aged 55 years and older.
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PUTTING YOUR HEALTH FIRST
What you can do:
Protect Yourself and Others
While enjoying Fitness1, please follow current CDC guidelines about how to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus:
Wash your hands for 20+ seconds frequently
Use a hand sanitizer that's at least 60% alcohol
Keep 6 feet apart from other people
Avoid touching your face
Our staff is required to wear a face covering, and we encourage our members to wear one as well
Bring your own mat. Ours are stored until further notice.
Avoid contact with people who are sick
Stay Home if You are Sick
Remember that COVID-19 may be spread by people who are asymptomatic. But if you have a fever, a cough, shortness of breath or even just feel a little run down, don't take a chance - stay home.
Help Boost Your Immune System
Now more than ever, it's essential to prioritize our health by helping our bodies to better fight and recover from illness.
Get at least 20 minutes of exercise per day to prime the immune system, and help it combat bacteria and viruses. Even low-intensity exercise like walking on a treadmill or doing yoga helps by reducing stress hormones.
Eat a nutrient-dense diet comprised of whole foods like lean meat, vegetables, fruits, nuts and whole grains while avoiding sugar, refined carbs, as well as processed or packaged foods.
Get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night to give your body time to perform preventative maintenance, which helps boost the immune system.
Spend time outdoors to help naturally boost your vitamin D levels and/or consider supplementing.
The above is for consumer educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advise, care, diagnosis, or treatment.