New in-room fitness experience for quarantine hotels

Jordan Fitness has created a new in-room hotel HIIT experience to give travellers access to strength and conditioning workouts in quarantine.

The UK has joined countries including Malaysia and Thailand, in creating Quarantine Hotels, to stop the spread of new Covid-19 variants including the South African and Brazilian variant. Scotland require all passengers from any country to stay in a Quarantine Hotel, whilst those travelling to the rest of the UK, will only have to isolate in a hotel if flying in from a Red List Country

Many travellers, including elite athletes, and those who need to travel for business and family reasons during the pandemic, now face at least 10 days isolation in a hotel room. With hotel gyms inaccessible, Jordan’s Fusion HIIT Bench, featuring a fully adjustable bench, dumbbells, kettlebell, medicine ball and resistance band, offer hotels an opportunity to provide guests a mobile gym unit – to use throughout their stay. 

“We've seen, first-hand the value of fitness for those in isolation, and we hope our In-room Hotel HIIT Bench, will help guests access what they need to help with their physical and mental health,” says Zak Pitt, managing director of Jordan Fitness.

Uses can also access free Jordan YouTube Workouts.

“We are talking with many hotels at present about the opportunity to provide guests with this added extra and will list hotels with this ‘In-room HIIT Experience’ option on our website, so quarantine guests looking to stay at hotels offering this in-room fitness service can find with ease.”

Related Stories
New strength training programme to boost immunity
New programme strengthens the body’s defence against many types of infection, including Covid-19.
Gyms not a hotspot for Covid-19 says industry body
Fitness Australia has gathered data from hundreds of gyms to show that gyms are not hotspots for the spread of coronavirus.
Obesity strategy ‘doomed’ without funding for leisure facilities
Swimming can play a key role in helping the government tackle obesity, but the project is ‘doomed to fail’ if necessary funding is not provided for struggling leisure facilities.
Trade bodies call for Property Bounceback Grant
ukactive, along with hospitality and retail trade bodies, has called for government support to end the Covid-19 rent crisis, which is seen as one of the biggest threats to the fitness and hospitality industry, and to the future of the high street.
Global fitness event to kickstart fitness industry’s recovery
Les Mills has unveiled plans for what is expected to be the largest ever global fitness event as part of a campaign to reactivate paused members and attract new ones.