View your gym’s staffed hours here.

There are times when our gyms might not be staffed and it’s important to us that our members are staying safe in the gym when there isn’t a member of staff around.

It’s important to familiarise yourself with our first aid and emergency procedures for when your gym is unstaffed here.

Here are 6 tips on how to make sure you are safe when the gyms are unstaffed:

  1. Unstaffed document – read our unstaffed document on how to stay safe when the gym is unstaffed.
  2. Good health – it is crucial that you are ‘fit to train’. If you have any conditions or illnesses that might be a risk, it is best to get advice on how to exercise while staying safe.
  3. Know your gym – get familiar with the layout and equipment, know where the emergency help points are (you will find them around the gym), where the emergency exits are, and where the defibrillator is located. These are extra important if you train through the night and are on your own in the gym.
  4. Seek Help – if you ever feel unwell, injure yourself or are concerned for your wellbeing, get help! If our team aren’t on hand, call for another member or use one of the red emergency help points. We have a remote emergency team in place 24/7 who will be able to support you.
  5. Bring a friend – where you can, training with friends is not just more fun, but you’ll have someone to watch your back. Of course, this may not be possible (especially if you train late at night or in the morning), so keeping other members close to hand in case you need some support is a simple alternative. Free-Weights must be used with a spotter during unstaffed hours.