Free Form Fitness

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Amid the disruption faced over the past 18 months, astute business leaders are increasingly on the lookout for “slow burn” or long-term opportunities emerging from the pandemic.
Indoor dining at restaurants and bars will be prohibited, while gyms, movie theatres and casinos will be closed for at least 28 days under new rules aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19.
While fitness chains have beefed up their waivers, local restaurant owners say they won't be requiring customers to sign any legal forms.
With government-imposed restrictions forcing the closure of gyms, yoga studios and other facilities, fitness entrepreneurs have been forced to find other ways to keep their businesses alive.
Two years ago, Free Form Fitness founder Jean-Luc Boissonneault told OBJ he’d “love to start a whole bunch of businesses.”