FIT4MOM Plainfield-Shorewood — part of the nation’s leading prenatal and postpartum fitness and wellness company — has decided to go virtual in the coming weeks, offering online fitness classes and kids playgroups to give their community a way to stay healthy and connected during the COVID-19 quarantine.
This is one way the company wants to help its moms stay healthy, both physically and mentally, during these challenging times which are putting stress on many families with young children.
One of the things that differentiates FIT4MOM from other fitness programs is its strong community, which traditionally offers weekly playgroups for moms and their kids, along with Moms’ Night Out social gatherings for both members and non-members.
In these uncertain times, FIT4MOM feels it is especially critical to continue to provide community for moms; which is why the company has completely transformed its business from in-person classes and community to virtual classes and online events in a matter of days.
“In the past week, we have completely shifted our business focus,” FIT4MOM founder Lisa Druxman, said in a news release from the company.“My team and I spent the weekend filming workouts to share with our communities nationwide; we are teaching our franchise owners how to use Facebook Live and Zoom meetings to launch online classes."
FIT4MOM Plainfield-Shorewood owner, Elizabeth Scott, also felt it was critical to find a way to connect the moms in her village; while keeping all the moms in the community safe and following the recommendations for social distancing set forth by the CDC, WHO and federal government.
The location is currently offering online workout classes more than seven times per week and playgroups at least three times per week for all of its paying members.
In addition, new moms are invited to join the community and get access to all of the following workouts and playgroups.
For more information, visit plainfield.ﬁt4mom.com or email Elizabeth Scott at elizabethscott@ﬁt4mom.com.