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Episode 4: Setting the Tone for the Future of Fitness

Episode 4: Setting the Tone for the Future of Fitness

In the next installment of our Discussion Series, What Lies Ahead, Bay Club leaders chat about how we’re adapting our fitness offerings with the safety and health of our members in mind. Our goal is to restore club services as soon as is safely possible, so we’re already reimagining our spaces and offerings to account for social distancing and enhanced cleaning measures—that way you can get back to your favorite fitness regimen. Whether it’s taking classes outdoors (an advantage to summer being around the corner!) or being innovative with our basketball programming, we are planning for the future of fitness under this new normal.

To learn more, simply click below to watch today’s discussion on What Lies Ahead. Then join the discussion with your thoughts and feedback at thenewnormal@bayclubs.com.

In This Episode

  • The effects social distancing will have on fitness with Bay Club Portland AGM of Fitness David Miller (9:02)
  • How we’re going to create safe spaces for group exercise classes with Bay Club Pleasanton SVP-GM Jennifer Beaton (13:22)
  • The potential of our vast indoor and outdoor spaces with Bay Club Walnut Creek GM Amy Tye (20:24)
  • The future of our basketball programming with Bay Club Portland VP-GM Michael Murphy (25:30)
  • What we’re thankful for, local businesses we’re supporting—even food recommendations! (29:18)

Helpful Resources

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We’d love to hear from you. So be sure to reach out with your comments and questions regarding What Lies Ahead at thenewnormal@bayclubs.com. Thank you for watching and tune in again tomorrow!


  • Perry Clifton  |  April 6, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    Is there any work being done at Boulder Ridge? NOt sure if workers are allowed there but since there is no activity on the course now would be a great time to get some things done. The course was in great shape prior to the lock down except one area. A good portion of the bunkers are in horrible shape. I think there was a renovation plan in place prior to the driving range issue. If there is no near term plans to renovate the bunkers it would we helpful if they could add sand to the bunkers like they have done on certain holes. Some of the bunkers you are just not able to play out of the way the shot dictates because there is no sand. Please feel free to reach to me if you would like some more input with regards to which bunkers are in desperate need of attention. I look forward to the day I can get back out there and get to the gym!!!! Thanks for all your efforts!!

    • The Bay Club  |  April 6, 2020 at 3:37 pm

      Hi Perry! Thanks for your question and feedback. We have been doing some work on the course and have added sand to the majority of the greenside bunkers throughout the course and will continue to make updates throughout this time preparing for reopening. We’re looking forward to getting back out there too!

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