Gold’s Gym has announced that it is closing about 30 of its company locations permanently.

The news of the closures came in the form of a Facebook post on the company’s profile page. In its post, the company said it “is not going anywhere” but rather reassessing the “viability of some-company owned locations” because of the closures that happened as a result of COVID-19.

The company made the decision to close about 30 gyms mainly in its St. Louis, Alabama, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, markets. The decision does not impact Gold’s Gyms franchise-owned locations, it said.

“Our focus is and always will be on our members in nearly 700 gyms in 29 countries around the world, and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as it is safe for our members, team members and communities,” the company said in its post.

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Gold’s Gym closed its all of its U.S. locations in March as states across the nation issued stay-at-home orders because of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to local reports, here are the 32 gyms that will be closing (via Business Insider):


3427 Colonnade Parkway, Birmingham

2300 Berryhill Road, Montgomery

2244 A Pelham Parkway, Pelham


7655 N Union Blvd, Colorado Springs

1409 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs

302 Main St, Colorado Springs


215 Arnold Crossing, Arnold

13867 Manchester Road, Ballwin

14885 West Clayton Road, Chesterfield

15890 Manchester Road, Ellisville

635 Gravois Road, Fenton

8182 N. Lindbergh Blvd, Florissant

10320 Manchester Road, Kirkwood

2601 Highway K, O'Fallon

1095 Regency Parkway, St. Charles

5230 Highway 94, St. Peters

North Carolina

420-R Jonestown Road, Winston-Salem


1409 East Danforth Road in Edmond

1000 Alameda St in Norman

2117 NW 23rd St, Oklahoma City

South Carolina

1332 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville


1000 Loop 340, Bellmead

2425 McKinney Ave, Dallas

8335 Westchester Drive, Dallas

1001 North Beckley Ave, DeSoto

4501 S General Bruce Drive, Temple

5025 Prue Road, San Antonio

15759 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio

21044 US Highway 281 N, San Antonio

1019 W University Ave, Georgetown

5201 N Navarro Street, Victoria

3007 Garnett Avenue, Wichita Falls

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Gold's Gym said it will be closing about 30 locations permanently. People work out at a Gold’s Gym March 16, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Trump administration issued guidelines on Monday recommending that no more than 10 people gather in one place at the same time in order to help reduce the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Getty Images/Alex Wong