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Mas Body Gym: The changes it has made throughout its gym

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Mike Hind, Trainer at Mas Body Gym, explains the safety measures they have put in place to keep customers and staff safe. Find out how you can work safely here.


Hi guys, welcome to Mas Body Gym.

My name’s Mike Hind, I’m one of the trainers down at Mas Body Gym.

If you’d just like to follow me now, myself and the team are going to show you the entrance to the gym.

So the first thing you’ll see when you come to the gym doors is the rules. We expect all members to adhere to the guidelines we’ve put in place.

We’ve worked closely with UK Active and Public Health England to make sure that the measures we’ve put in place will protect that of the staff and of our customers. The customers are at the forefront of our establishment.

So upon entering the gym, the first thing that you’ll see is our contactless entry system. This is run by a company called ClubRight, so the first thing what happens is when you enter the gym you’ll have the app on your phone with a barcode.

Ashley will demonstrate now how to log in without any touchpoints.

So as you can see now, and she’s now good to enter the gym once she’s sanitised her hands. So on the left hand side she can choose from an alcohol based or a non-alcohol based sanitiser.

Upon entering the gym, we have got social distancing mats. We try to portray two-metre distance between all machines where possible, and where that’s not possible we put protective screens in and made sure the machines are one metre plus.

You’ll notice there that all the staff are trained to the government standard, as adhered by Sport England.

We’re all taking the COVID-19 awareness really seriously within our gym and we expect our members to do so as well.

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