Going Back to the Gym During a Pandemic

From casual gym goers to dedicated athletes, we’ve all been missing our usual workout routines. Some of us were still grinding through our New Year’s resolution, and others were in the middle of our six day a week workout schedule, when the gyms were closed. While safety has been the number one priority these past few months, we are all looking forward to getting back to life as close to normal as possible. As gyms and other athletic facilities begin to reopen, we all must remember to take proper precautions. Facility staff will ensure that everything is sanitized and the...

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Visiting the Beach

Most of us look forward all year long to the few short summer months where we can tan on the beach, swim in the ocean, and walk along the boardwalk. Unfortunately, this year things have been looking a little different. Beaches, community pools, and other popular summertime destinations are slowly reopening. Outdoor amusements can only open with a maximum 50% capacity, but we’re all looking forward to being able to return to our favorite spots. It is important to continue to follow social distancing practices; keep your distance from those not staying in your household and when in public areas...

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Game Face Community

Game Face Grooming’s mission is not only to provide quality products for athletes, casual gym goers, and families, but also to use our platform to help our local communities. Our face and body wipes are naturally formulated and have been used to help many stay safe during this time. Sanitation and personal hygiene have been highlighted more than ever in the media, but Game Face Grooming has always been dedicated to keeping clean. We have had a great partnership with the local Retro Fitness gym. Game Face wipes have been available for gym goers in the past, but now with...

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Small Towns During the Pandemic

When watching the news over these past few months we hear updates from all around the country, mostly from the large cities. At the end of June, CBS News took to Main Street, Stroudsburg to discuss the impact of the pandemic on local businesses in small towns. CBS co-anchor Tony Dokoupil, spoke to several local business owners about their experiences during this time. Cafes, salons, and record shops have all been waiting for the county to reopen. Some business owners haven’t been paying their own salaries in order to pay rent and others unfortunately had to lay off staff. Author of...

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