Clubz support for clubs re-opening after Covid-19 lockdown

Clubz free membership management tools offer complete functionality to easily comply to Government guidelines for Covid-19.

As lockdown measures have eased across the country, clubs have begun the return to face to face training. However, the majority of clubs have lost members during this period and struggled to find new members with virtual sessions alone. It is always important to maintain engagement with existing members while actively looking to recruit new ones. However, under these unusual circumstances it is absolutely vital to encourage engagement due to the drop in membership numbers clubs have experienced.

Club owners will also be keen to return to face to face instructing and receiving income from physical classes. In order to ensure safety moving forward, the Government’s most up to date guidelines must be taken into account and followed.

  • Track & Trace. Easy
  • Communication
  • Contactless Payments
  • Pre-registration to sessions
  • Social Distancing Measures
  • Club Hygiene.

View our page Support for clubs re-opening after Covid-19 lockdown to help you identify what is important to consider in your plans to returning to face to face club sessions and how Clubz membership management features can simplify the process.

Fill in our CONTACT FORM to get access to our very useful whitepapers:

  • Recruiting New Members While Engaging With Existing Ones – 10 Point Plan
  • Preparing for the return of face to face training classes and sessions – 10 Point Plan

Clubz is free for clubs with up to 50 members. Get Clubz Free Now!

Clubz is free to use with all the features required to manage your club. There are additional features included in the different paid plans. Compare plans here

Coronavirus: Fitness Industry “Devastated” By Lockdown

The fitness industry has been “devastated'” by the Covid-19 pandemic, the trade body UKActive has warned.

In a recent BBC News Article gym and training club owners describe that even though they are now open, guidelines mean that they can’t operate in any where near to pre-covid lock down levels.

Mixed Martial Arts – which combines a number of fighting disciplines including kickboxing, jiu-jitsu and wrestling – requires close physical contact during training.

Strict rules around contact between people mean MMA fighters cannot spar at gyms at all.

Gyms were allowed to reopen in England on 25 July after just over four months of lockdown, but by then many gyms had lost over half its members, with many facing financial difficulties.

“Covid-19 has devastated the fitness and leisure sector, with many businesses having zero income but still facing overhead costs,” said UKActive CEO Huw Edwards.

Read the full article here

Recruiting New Members While Engaging With Existing Ones – 10 Point Plan

After months of disruption to your provision clubs are starting to be allowed to resume face to face classes and sessions. While many clubs have offered online sessions there are many that have not. Of those running these online sessions the majority have found that less than 50% of their members have attended these session. Our founders run their own clubs and we therefore understand the need to re-engage and rebuilt their membership.

  • Re-engaging with existing members – with the majority will have lapsed.
  • Recruiting new members.
  • Providing re-assurance that you will be able to provide safe and yet still fun and engaging sessions.


Free White Paper to help you


To help support you, we have developed a 10 point plan to re-engage members and recruit new members. The plan is included in our free white paper which you can download by filling in our CONTACT FORM

Our 10 point plan will make sure that as a membership based organisation or club, you have a plan so rebuild your membership to pre-Covid-19 numbers.

Clubz can help you


Clubz can help you engage with your members and in addition, our new service to provide and host a website for you, can help you engage with potential new members.

CONTACT US to receive free white paper link.

Preparing for the return of face to face training classes and sessions – 10 Point Plan

After months of disruption to your provision clubs are starting to be allowed to resume face to face classes and sessions. We understand though, that you and your members will be anxious about returning. Our founders run their own clubs and we therefore understand the unique challenges membership based clubs need to overcome in returning to face to face sessions, which include:

  • Keeping members and staff safe
  • Keeping attendance and contact records
  • Providing re-assurance and information to your members and staff
  • Complying with all legal requirements
  • Free White Paper to help you

Free White Paper to help you

To help support you, we have developed a 10 point plan looking at everything you need to do in preparation to return and keep your staff and members safe. The plan is included in the free white paper which you can download by filling in our CONTACT FORM

Our 10 point plan will make sure that as a membership based organisation or club, you are clear about the steps you need to take to inform your members, run classes and sessions, keep your members and staff safe and comply with government guidelines and legal requirements.

Support for all membership based organisations and clubs for free

Please take time to read our free white paper written to help you. In the appendix you will find that we have included a clause to cut and paste into your privacy policy and we also offer a risk assessment pro forma that we can supply to you, again at no charge by responding to our download link email.

Clubz can help you manage your return


Finally, Clubz can help you manage the process to all that is needed to return to face to face sessions again for free. Run a safe club with all your legal data to hand with ease.

CONTACT US to receive free white paper link.

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