Good news!!! Starting Thursday, Feb. 25, Artisport will offer OUTDOOR fitness, challenge and senior classes at both locations.

In accordance with the current guidelines from RIVM and instructions from our branch association NL Actief, we are allowed to offer outdoor training. Now that the weather is showing its better side and temperatures are rising again, we are starting outdoor sports activities so that you can start working on your physical health. Get in better shape, lose a few excess pounds or increase your muscle mass. You can finally do it again!

Outdoor Fitness Veldhoven:
On our parking lot we have placed 2 tents with an area of 100m2 and 75m2. With this we create a unique outdoor area where in different zones strength and cardio workouts can be done. These sports facilities can be used for 45 minutes. The zones are divided into compartments in which a maximum of 2 people can train at 1.5 meters. This way we adhere to the set guidelines and everyone's safety is guaranteed.

You can get started with the usual strength equipment such as dumbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and much more. During a wonderfully challenging workout session for 45 minutes, you can decide for yourself how to put your muscles back into action and thus regain a bit of the sports rhythm.

Outdoor Challenge in Veldhoven and Meerhoven
At both locations offer morning and evening challenge classes.

A full body workout where we alternate muscle exercises with fitness exercises. We end each session with a muscle strengthening core workout. The maximum group size for participation in the challenge is 8 people. These will be divided into 4 pairs. Each pair must maintain a distance of 1.5 meters. Between each pair we maintain a distance of 3m.

Outdoor senior classes Veldhoven and Meerhoven
For our seniors we have put together a varied, challenging 30-minute training session. During this class the muscles will be reactivated in a responsible way and our trainer will focus on slowly building up the exercise. Also for these classes, we will train in a maximum of 4 pairs, all at a sufficient distance between them of 1.5m.

The reservation app "Sportivity" contains the complete class schedule.
Note: For an individual training session in our outdoor fitness, or participation in one of the group classes, you need to make a reservation in advance via our app "Sportivity".

To give everyone a chance to resume his/her sports activities, there is a maximum of 2 reservations per week, you can make a reservation no later than 7 days in advance. A maximum of 20 participants are allowed in the outdoor fitness and a maximum of 8 participants in the classes.

In Veldhoven, classes take place in one of the large open tents in our outdoor area.
In Meerhoven, these classes are offered under the Hangar.

We remind all our members of the following modified rules:

- NEW: You are assigned to pairs and must stay at the same station during the exercise. Therefore, there will be no rotation.
- You must be present 5 minutes before the time block/class, and especially not before!
- You do not need to bring your pass, we will note your name.
- There is no possibility to use the toilet, bar or locker rooms.
- We explicitly ask not to make physical contact with the trainers or fellow athletes. So also no handshaking or spotting during strength exercises.
- Participation is excluded if you suffer from (mild) complaints such as a nasal cold, cough, sore throat or fever.
- All participants should keep at least 1.5 meters distance from each other.
- You should bring your own towel and drink.

It is in
everyone'sinterest that these rules are followed carefully by every participant. Only then can we make responsible exercise possible. Our staff is instructed to notify in case of non-compliance with these measures and is authorized to exclude you from further participation.

We are looking forward to finally getting back to work! Together with you we will pick up the threads and try to get you back into your exercise routine as best we can.

Looking forward to seeing you at Artisport!

With sporting regards,

Bas Josiassen


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