THERE will be no more excuses to be vegging out on the lounge as Leeton's gyms prepare to re-open over the coming days.
Gyms across the country were closed down amid the COVID-19 lockdown, but as restrictions continue to be eased, gyms are the next businesses being given the go-ahead to re-open.
It won't be completely "normal" at Leeton's four gyms - Anytime Fitness, Studio 9, Strength 2 Strength and Rise and Shine Fitness, but there will be ample opportunity to get back into fitness, whatever level you may be.
However, the NSW government has not yet provided solid guidelines on what gyms should and shouldn't be doing, so they will be doing their best to stay COVID safe.
We've got the run down for you from each of the gyms here.
Anytime Fitness will re-open from 9am on Saturday, back to being open 24 hours a day.
Up to 100 people in the gym at any one time following social distancing rules.
"We have undertaken extensive cleaning and moved equipment to ensure the safe distancing rules are adhered to," owner Robyn Brown said.
Increased hygiene stations and hand sanitizer have been installed.
Studio 9 Leeton will be re-opening on Saturday and can be accessed 24 hours a day.
"We're expecting to have to use probably every second machine and ask people to be wiping it down before and after using," owner Warren Weir said.
"We've undertaken extensive cleaning and we will be cleaning several times a day, as well as having sanitiser stations."
Social distancing rules should be followed.
Strength 2 Strength
Strength 2 Strength will be re-opening on Monday, following all of the required health, hygiene and safety guidelines.
"Our members are very keen and excited to be back," owner Sean Browning said.
"(They) are all educated with set rules in place at this time."
Rise and Shine Fitness
Members will be back training indoors from Saturday after being outside for the last three weeks.
The new online training service will continue to be offered, which has helped keep 90 per cent of members active during lockdown, as well as adding 24 new clients.
The women's-only fitness centre has classes capped at 10 for the moment. These classes are fully booked for next week.
"We are keen to welcome our members back through the doors and are so grateful for their support and ability to adapt to online training during the restrictions," owner Jane O'Garey said.
"Our team of trainers have worked extremely hard to add the online training platform to our business and I'm extremely honoured to have these amazing women by my side."