Lead Daily Brief - May 9/10 (Weekend Edition)

Sunday, May 10, 2020 - 23:17
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Weekend Update

Our first week of 'remote' workouts was a blast! We had great turnouts at all our events including the track, the stadium, the field behind the gym, and others. Join us this week if you can! Our schedule can be found in your Push Press Member app, as well as our Members FB Page. 

Bianca and I had the chance to stop by a Lead Member's new business this weekend. Kevin D'Amico opened Gainesville Wine & Spirits last Friday. The place is beautiful on the inside and it's located near the gym, just over by Home Depot. Swing by and check it out soon!

Lifestyle Tips

You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. That is a quote by the famous entrepreneur Jim Rohn. While I've talked on this subject in the past, it's a quality one worth revisiting. I found a great article that dives deeper into it and it's posted below. Give it a read and do some contemplation yourself. 

Article - You Are The Average of the 5 People... 


More business sectors are allowed to reopen this week including hair salons, nail salons, and barbershops. Originally part of Phase 2 reopening plan for Florida, these businesses had their reopen date moved up a week. 

If this trend continues, we can hopefully open up as soon as 5/18. We are standing by awaiting word on how to proceed. In the meantime, we have been working on new protocols for how we'll operate when we do open back up. Things will obviously be a bit different as we adapt to life with the virus. You can expect smaller classes, more time between groups, a more strict class reservation policy, and other changes to help us run smoothly and efficiently. 

Stay tuned this week as we begin to unveil our reopening plans and procedures we'll have in place. Know that we will also be continuing to provide our online workout programs and virtual classes for those that may not be comfortable coming back immediately. We'll have something for everyone!

Last But Not Least...

“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” John A. Shedd