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Provincial Requirements for Saskatoon Gyms

Update to COVID Requirements for Saskatoon Fitness Centres

  • Proof of Vaccination is required by all individuals for access to the club. Childcare
  • Masks are required in the club; when entering the premises, when moving around within the building, and while socializing.
  • Masks can be removed when exercising at your workout station.


Proof of Vaccination 

Still in effect since October 1, 2021; the Provincial Government requires proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test to enter businesses and event venues in Saskatchewan.

How will we be implementing this?  Please read in full.

Proof of Vaccination can be shown to staff starting today.
For members, proof is only required once; on your first visit after September 30th.

You can register your proof of vaccination:
IN PERSON WITH
•SHA wallet card issued at the time of immunization.

•QR Code printed with all pertinent identifying info.

•QR Code displayed on your phone

BY EMAIL:
•An image of your eHealth QR Code with all pertinent identifying info.

Drop-ins and Punch Card users will need to produce their Wallet Card or QR on each visit.⠀

COVID-19 Negative test:

An alternative to proof of vaccination is a Negative COVID-19 test result including the provision of documentation demonstrating proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test provided by a certified healthcare provider.

Negative test results need to include the date and time of the test, your name, and will remain valid for 72 hours.

•Please remember these are not permanent measures.
•Please remember to be empathetic to others.
•Please remember to understand this is not an ideal position for any business or corporation
•Please remember to respect the employees of all businesses

Your Relationship with Your Fitness Routine

Why it's so hard to stay with your workouts long term

-Fitness Focus Saskatoon-

We've all got a different reason to include exercise and fitness into our lives. Maybe it was doctor's orders that you need to make some drastic life changes. Maybe you miss feeling as good as you did back in high school. If you're already athletic, you may just want to take things to the next level. 

Whatever it is that led you down this road towards improving or maintaining your personal health and fitness, there's one thing that we all have in common, which is that when we started we all had some sort of goal or outcome in mind. Treat your relationship with your workout like you would any other relationship in your life. At some point you may ask yourself, "am I getting what I need?"; so it's important to remember that what you get out of it will likely depend on what you put in.

What's the reason we give up on our gym regimen? 

Anybody that's ever started a workout plan likely never thought to themselves about whether or not they were going to still be working out a year down the road, or even six months for that matter.

A lot of the time, we just find it doesn't mesh with the rest of our life; it's a scheduling issue.  With work, family, extracurricular, life events or even that curve ball that life will inevitable throw at you; obstacles will get in your way and the easiest thing to do is remove health and fitness from your daily routine. 

What can you do about this?  

Since time, or lack thereof, is generally always the issue that causes us not to go to the gym and ultimately cancel a membership all together; how we use our time is the most important factor we need to control. So, plan and prepare!
 

“By Failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

– Benjamin Franklin