May 14th, 2020

🚨Update on Covid-19🚨

Starting May 18th All Rock Fitness Center locations will open. Temporarily operating at 25 percent capacity as ordered by Texas Governor.

Temporary Hours of Operation will be:

MON-THURS: 5 AM - 12 AM
FRI: 5 AM - 10 PM
SAT: 8 AM - 7 PM 
SUN: 9 AM - 7 PM

Lockers, Showers, Saunas, Pool, Fun Center, and group classes are temporarily suspended until further notice.

  • All members:
  • Must Wash hands with soap or hand sanitizer upon arrival and when leaving the facility.
  • Must bring their own towels.
  • Wipe down equipment before and after each use.
  • Wear gloves
  • Face covering is recommended but not required.
  • Practice social distancing 6 feet
  • No gym bags allowed in workout area (keep bags in your car)
    Follow recommendations and guidance posted in inconspicuous places throughout the facility.
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Stay Rocksteady. Stay Healthy

Based on recent orders and advisories from federal, state and local governmental authorities regarding COVID-19, all of our Rock Fitness gyms are closed. The length of this temporary closure is dependent upon governmental guidance. Member accounts will be credited for the number of days the club is closed, and we will keep you updated with a reopening date.

Our entire organization is committed to your health and well-being, and we are tirelessly working to see how we can help you and our communities in any way we can, including whether we can repurpose our facilities to become a resource or service centers for our members. We hope to communicate with you quickly on our plans.

At the same time, we encourage you to continue prioritizing your own health and well-being to be as healthy as possible during this time. If you begin to develop cold- and flu-like symptoms or become ill, take care of yourself and minimize the spread to others by staying home. If you think you may have symptoms of coronavirus, call your healthcare provider immediately.

COVID-19 FAQ

Muscle Mass Loss Is a Potential Predictor of 90-Day Mortality in Older Adults with Aspiration Pneumonia

As we continue to grow in understanding viral infections, staying up to date with the latest health-related news is critical to curbing the outbreak. With that said, you may find this study on muscle mass loss and aspiration pneumonia (AP) interesting. In this study you’ll learn:

  • Low muscle mass is a potential predictor of long-term mortality in older adults with AP
  • Preventing muscle mass loss in older adults with AP may be beneficial for recovery