Trainers who hold classes at public parks and beaches in Santa Monica, CA, will face new regulations and fees starting in January. Photo courtesy of Fit4Mom Santa Monica.
After months of deliberation, the Santa Monica (CA) City Council has approved a plan to regulate commercial fitness training at the city's parks and beaches, a plan that has upset some local fitness professionals. The plan, which was approved last week and goes into effect in January, calls for a one-year pilot program establishing four commercial fitness zones and restricting noise, the equipment that can be used, class sizes and the number of permits issued per park. Palisades ...
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