EL CENTRO, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) – Fitness Oasis health club and spa is making sure members can work out at home
Fitness equipment across the country has remained untouched and unused due to stay-at-home orders that forced gyms to close in Arizona and California.
Dalia Rodriguez, owner of the Fitness Oasis Fitness Center and Spa at Imperial, has decided to loan gym equipment to members and non-members so that they can continue their fitness journey.
“Well it came to me because you know they shut us down on March 19th and my goal was what I’m going to do for my members I can’t let them hang I also knew people didn’t no equipment at home because they come here, so what I did was post a message for our members on our Facebook, and whatever equipment they needed they could come on. to look for.
Gym equipment also started selling online and in stores as soon as the pandemic hit the country.
“I did it to do it, and after the weekend it was like there was no gym equipment and I was awesome, I can really provide you with a service.”
Dalia says she saw this as a way to help her community during these difficult times.
“We’ve been here 13 years, so the community has been very good to me and I think in return you have to be kind to the community whenever people need exercise and good nutrition. ‘is now.”
Dalia is currently broadcasting live workout classes and she says everyone is always welcome to borrow gym equipment.
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