Making exercise equipment available for the use of clients involves various responsibilities and in turn, opens you to certain legal liabilities. There are benefits and risks to the use of all equipment, including weight machines, treadmills, kettle bells, Pilates equipment, exercise balls, elliptical machines, stationary bicycles, free weights, balance beams and more. Here are some
Your clients undoubtedly share your enthusiasm for outdoor workouts. However, there are special hazards during the summer that your less experienced clients might not be prepared for. Hot temperatures can lead to heat illnesses such as heat exhaustion and even heat stroke, so it’s important to provide guidance to help your clients protect themselves through
The atmosphere you create at your fitness studio or gym can make a big difference in how impactful your clients’ workouts can be. Here are 11 ideas for how to create a friendly and safe environment for your work space: 1. Keep it spacious. Slip, trip and fall hazards are a leading cause of liability
Thank you so much for your prompt response. Might I add, Veronica was a delight to work with and her professionalism and attention to detail made this an overall pleasurable experience.