Luton is due to start relaxing lockdown measures from Monday 3 August 2020
The town had to delay opening indoor gyms and swimming pools after a rise in local Covid 19 cases.
From Monday, they will be able to re-open their doors to the public.
The owner of Crossfit Luton told ITV Anglia it's been a tough time for her industry but that members are keen to return.
The town has now been removed as an area of intervention after it last week agreed with the government to pause further relaxation of lockdown measures.
Those who have been shielding have been asked to continue to do so until 17 August, but with slightly changed guidelines.
All those on the shielding list would have received a letter from the government with details. The council is also following up with individual phone calls.
The council say they have been working to contain the virus and that it's success is why Luton is no longer considered in need of intervention.
They are encouraging everyone in the town to be tested for Covid-19, even if they don't have symptoms, so that they can understand where the virus is and how it is transmitted.
Luton's Director of Public Health Gerry Taylor said:
"I would like to thank Luton's residents for playing their part and coming forward to get tested. This announcement from the government gives assurance that we are doing the right things to control the virus locally.
"However, we must remain cautious and will be keeping additional local guidance in place until we receive the results from the increased testing this week so we can assess the full impact and level of community transmission.
"We are therefore still advising residents to follow the current local guidelines to protect Luton and to safeguard families. These local guidelines will be reviewed on a weekly basis.
The local guidance is:
Keep a two metre distance from people from outside of your household at all times
Wash hands regularly
Wear a face covering in all enclosed public spaces where it is difficult to keep 2 metres apart
Do not make social visits to other people's homes or private gardens - if meeting up with others socially, do so outside in an open space or park.
Do not to meet in large groups - groups should not exceed a maximum of six people (unless they live in the same house)
Cllr Khtija Malik, portfolio holder for public health, said: