As a result of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, many of your clients are probably asking whether they should be working out and heading to the gym?
Reassure them with the steps you are taking to keep them healthy and safe:
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Reassure your clients be explaining which products you use to disinfect equipment and surfaces
Tell them there will be disinfectant available so that they can wipe down any equipment before and after usage
Reiterate that there will be hand sanitizer available or ask them to bring their own to use when they can’t easily wash their hands
Remind clients to wash their hands using hot, soapy water for 20 seconds when they arrive at the gym, after using the bathroom, after blowing their nose, coughing or sneezing and just before they leave the gym. This is the best way to control transmission in normal, healthy adults.
Ask clients to stay home if they are feeling sick to minimize infecting others
If your clients are nervous about being in a public setting, maybe they can workout from home or outdoors. If they have a session scheduled with one of the trainers at your facility, tell them they can opt to conduct their session by phone, Skype or Facebook Live.
Finally, ask clients to avoid the usual high fives and fist bumps with fellow exercise enthusiasts and trainers. Instead, use verbal recognition until cold and flu season is behind us.
Ultimately, clients should do whatever they can to keep their immune systems strong. That way, if they are exposed to any virus or bacteria, their bodies are strong enough to fight it.
Here’s some key tips you can share with clients:
Sleep is critical to maintaining the strength of your immune system
Hydration helps to assure your immune system is functioning well
Consume a high quantity of fruits and vegetables to maintain high levels of vitamins and minerals in your diet
Exercise also strengthens your immune system so continue with your workouts
Increase your intake of products that reduce inflammation and boost your immune system including turmeric, vitamin c, echinacea, apple cider vinegar, lemon, ginger, zinc, elderberry, and/or herbal teas
If you are feeling run down, lighten up your workout volume and intensity and increase your focus and efforts in the above areas.
Stay healthy and strong!
Yours in health, fitness & business,
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