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Terms and Conditions

Here are the Terms and Conditions for LifeFit Gym

  • The physical fitness programmes on this site include exercises to build the cardio respiratory system (heart & Lungs), the musculoskeletal system (muscular endurance and strength) and help improve flexibility and mobility.
  • Exercise may include aerobic activities (treadmill, walking, running, bicycle riding, rowing machine and other aerobic activities), callisthenic exercises and weight training to improve muscular strength and endurance and flexibility/mobility exercises to improve joint range of motion.
  • You should be aware that outdoor training may entail risks not associated with indoor training due to uneven and un-predictable terrain. Should you choose not to wear footwear while training outdoors you do so entirely at your own risk and should understand that this may be potentially dangerous/harmful.
  • The reaction of the heart, lungs and blood vessels cannot always be predicted with accuracy. There is a risk of certain abnormal changes occurring during or following exercise which may include abnormalities of blood pressure and/or heart attacks.
  • Use of weight lifting equipment and engaging in heavy body calisthenics may lead to musculoskeletal strains, pain and injury if adequate warm-up, gradual progression and safety procedures are not followed. LifeFit shall not be liable for any damages arising from personal injuries sustained by clients availing of our online programmes.
  • Online members using exercise equipment during the online training programmes do so at his/her own risk. Online clients assume full responsibility for any injuries or damages which may occur during the online training programmes.
  • It is understood by the online client that they fully and forever release and discharge LifeFit, its assigns and agents from all claims, demands, damages and rights of action present and future therein.
  • The online client agrees that He/she is in good physical condition and has no disability, impairment or ailment preventing him/her from engaging in active or passive exercise that will be detrimental to heart, safety or comfort or physical condition if He/she engages or participates in LifeFit’s online programmes.
  • It is advised by LifeFit that anyone commencing participation in a programme of moderate to intense physical activity should have a physical check-up prior to commencement and have their personal physician’s permission/recommendation to engage in aerobic and/or anaerobic conditioning and strength training.

Paul Dunne