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Condo Gyms open when, for weighlifting?

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3 hours ago, Caldera said:

My condo's gym and swimming pool have been open again since Monday. Here, you need to book a 1-hour slot with the office in advance and they don't allow more than 4 people in per slot. I'm in Bangkok as well.

 

Exactly the same at my (Bkk) condo. Gym is also bookable for max 2 people. Pool has 4 zones with limited people and booking by 1 hour slots.

im extremely impressed with the way our office has managed every aspect of lockdown life. When I tell my family back home they can’t believe how disciplined it’s been compared to home.

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4 hours ago, Caldera said:

My condo's gym and swimming pool have been open again since Monday. Here, you need to book a 1-hour slot with the office in advance and they don't allow more than 4 people in per slot. I'm in Bangkok as well.

 

Similar to my LPN condo here in BKK.

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17 hours ago, erinsf said:

Condo gyms can only open for weights. And, they need to be distanced. So, most are not open.

and they need to be cleaned/disinfected after people stop, thus don't be surprised if there's extra charge and the condo needs extra cleaning people.... small condo gyms rooms if respecting social distancing that means only 1 person allowed, is it worth the trouble

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On 5/22/2020 at 4:22 PM, bbi1 said:

Unfortunately in BKK condo gyms aren't open yet 😞

 

or are they but not in my condo?

The condo gyms in my Bangkok and Pattaya condos both opened but with restrictions on what equipment can be used.  Pools both opened, too, with 3 lanes marked out at both.

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Believe gyms allowed to open - for free weights only - no machines! Do you suppose there will be gym police stationed at every facility to enforce this draconian rule?

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Sorry to say, but I always found gyms a breeding ground for germs.  But either Thailand is free of the virus or it isn't and if it's the former there is really no good reason for any gym- or anywhere else for that matter- to stay closed.

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3 minutes ago, mommysboy said:

Sorry to say, but I always found gyms a breeding ground for germs.  But either Thailand is free of the virus or it isn't and if it's the former there is really no good reason for any gym- or anywhere else for that matter- to stay closed.

and that's one of the many reasons I never frequented them

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