When will gym classes resume?

GYMS were allowed to reopen last month, much to the joy of fitness fanatics across the country.

The reopening of England's gyms came as part of the government's route back to a more normal life after the third Covid lockdown – but classes couldn't resume straight away.

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When will gym classes start again?

Group exercise classes finally restarted yesterday, May 17, under the Prime Minister's lockdown easing plans.

This was 'Step 3' of the government's roadmap to normality in England.

So, from May 17, "indoor locations to open up include indoor entertainment venues such as cinemas and children’s play areas; the rest of the accommodation sector, including hotels, hostels and B&Bs; and indoor adult group sports and exercise classes".

When will gyms open?

Fitness fans have been able to hit the gym from April 12, 2021 for solo exercise as part of Boris Johnson’s roadmap out of lockdown.

As part of his announcement, the PM said gyms were allowed to reopen from April 12 as long as strict conditions are met, meaning Brits are no longer limited to just working out outside and at home.

Pure Gym said: "We are excited and ready to welcome our members back, for a safe and great workout."

When did outdoor exercise start?

Businesses with outdoor sports facilities were allowed to reopen from March 29 – allowing Brits to play a round of golf, a game of tennis, or even take a dip in the local pool – as long as it’s outside.

Ministers introduced the relaxation of restrictions on establishments with sports courts, archery venues, riding centres, climbing walls, and driving ranges.

Children's sports also began in schools again when they returned to classrooms in England on March 8, 2021.

But indoor venues were forced to wait a little longer – but will finally reopen for solo exercise tomorrow.

During the third lockdown period, people were allowed to exercise outside in public places including neighbourhood streets, parks, beaches, the countryside, public gardens, and grounds.

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