Pivotal shutters longtime Mount Pleasant gym that started as ECO Fitness | Real Estate

A 14-year-old fitness site that changed brands in 2015 is now dark in Mount Pleasant.

Pivotal Fitness shuttered the 41,000-square-foot gym it operates at 627 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. in the Plaza at East Cooper Shopping Center on Friday, and movers were loading up the workout equipment into large moving vans Tuesday.

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Discount grocer Aldi anchors a space near the opposite end of the 102,000-square-foot retail center.

Co-owner Michelle Berrard said the gear is being transferred to Pivotal’s recently upgraded Park West location at 3301 Stockdale St. about 8 miles away in northern Mount Pleasant.

All memberships will be

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As you stave off further quarantine pounds, a new gym is taking shape in Coconut Grove.

Anatomy, with locations in Miami Beach and Midtown, is on track for a spring 2021 opening.

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Gym owners say one-on-one training restriction mean fitness facilities won’t be accessible to most

Some gym owners are frustrated by Alberta's easing of public health restrictions, saying the rules don't make sense for themselves or their customers.

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Some gym owners are frustrated by Alberta’s easing of public health restrictions, saying the rules don’t make sense for themselves or their customers.

In a little more than one week, public health restrictions will ease for restaurants and gyms across Alberta.

But some gym owners are saying the remaining restrictions on indoor fitness don’t make sense, leaving their facilities inaccessible to most clients and financially unviable.

Indoor fitness facilities have been closed to clients since mid-December in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, but personal training has been allowed inside private homes or outdoors.


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