Fitness Professional Brett Larkin Unpacks New Gym Mask Mandates: Business Casual

Gyms were particularly hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. By nature, the facilities share space and touchpoints in high frequency. But gyms are still looking to bounce back. Planet Fitness CEO, Chris Rondeau, recently announced a required mask mandate to quell gym-goer anxiety. Still, the polls show that customers are cautious, with 75% of Americans hesitant to return to gyms after quarantine.

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Business Casual dives headfirst into the future of the fitness industry. Hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern welcome guest Brett Larkin, Founder of Uplifted Yoga™️, for insider insight. Larkin previously consulted with MarketScale on Lululemon’s acquisition of home-workout technology, Mirror. Today, her data falls in line with the acquisition, showing a mainstream shift toward working out from home motivated by both safety and convenience.

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