[NEW GYMS] Classes and studio - Music
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If you think the music in your gym is too loud (or are otherwise unhappy with it), you should inform a member of staff. They may be able to address the issue on the spot. After a certain point, very loud music can be a risk to your health – and gyms have a responsibility to provide a reasonably safe environment for you to exercise in.
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