There's some small sense of normality returning to the world after coronavirus restrictions were eased across NSW last Friday, which also meant gyms could return to outdoor classes.
And both Dedicated to Fitness (d2f) and Cityfit have wasted no time with outdoor boot camp sessions to run from Monday to Friday.
"It's a chance for us to engage with our members and give back to them and offer as much as we can," d2f and Cityfit owner Mark Simons said.
"It's a slow road to recovery for business and fitness, which we've all probably not been as diligent with as we could have been.
"We're in a good position to offer outdoor classes and it can remind people we're open for business."
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The sessions will be held at the Ohkuma Japanese Garden and the outdoor area at d2f, with sessions catering for up to nine people (not including the instructor).
"The outdoor classes will be great," he said.
"If everyone behaves themselves, hopefully we can go to level two in four weeks' time. We'll remain compliant and offer what we can."
With gyms forced to close their doors back in March, it's understandably been a challenging time for a owners across Australia.
"Before these regulations came in, we had 70 staff across the two facilities. We've probably got half of them on JobSeeker," he said.
"Many of us are sitting around eager to go back to normal.
"We've been doing online classes and it's better than nothing, but it's better to do classes in person.
"We moved to online classes, doing that straight away and we've rented out a lot of our equipment."
To book a boot camp session, contact d2f on 6332 400 or Cityfit on 6331 4344.
Sessions cost $5.75 each and there are 17 classes to choose from.