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Privacy Policy

Effective Date: June 2, 2024

A legal disclaimer

  • This Minnesota State Consumer Health Data Privacy Policy complements the Charged Fitness & Rehab (“Company”, “we”, “us”) Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) and is applicable if you are a resident of Minnesota from whom we collect “consumer health data” (“CHD”), as defined by the Minnesota State My Health My Data Act (“MHMDA”), or if we collect personal data in Minnesota that is considered CHD.

  • Consumer Health Data We May Collect

  • As mentioned in the Information We Collect section of our Privacy Policy, the data we collect varies and depends on various factors such as your interactions with us, the products and features you use, and applicable law. Since MHMDA broadly defines CHD, some of the data categories we collect could be considered CHD under that law, even though we do not use it to identify health conditions or status. We only collect and use the following information to provide the goods and services you request and to provide you with information and access to our clubs, membership programs, events, and activities.

  • Here are examples of the categories of data we collect that could be deemed CHD:

  • Information about your health-related conditions, symptoms, status, diagnoses, testing, or treatments. For instance, we may collect such information when it might be associated with a product or service you purchase, when you sign up for a membership or participate in classes, programs, and activities, or when you share such information with your Charged Fitness & Rehab personal trainer or nutritionist. We may also collect information about health-related surgeries or procedures, or fitness and exercise activity data when you provide it to us, such as prior to your participation in a class, training session, or part of a fitness assessment.

  • Bodily functions, vital signs, symptoms or measurements related to your physical or mental health status (for example, your height and weight, fitness and exercise activity data, lab results, and metabolic conditions).

  • Location information that could reasonably indicate your attempt to acquire or receive health services or supplies. For example, if you are at one of our health clubs or on this website (“Website”) and our mobile applications (“App”), and search for a club location where you can purchase or obtain health products or services, we may collect location data that could be deemed to reveal health-related information.

  • Information that could be related to reproductive or sexual health information such as information about products you purchase, or your participation in certain classes, programs, and activities. For example, we may collect information about vitamins and supplements that you purchase or classes that you sign up for that may indicate pregnancy status or other information related to your reproductive or sexual health information.

  • Information that could identify your attempt to seek health care services or information, including services that allow you to assess, measure, improve, or learn about your or another person’s health. For example, we collect your search queries on this website (“Website”) and our mobile applications (“App”), which may include queries concerning nutrition, wellness, fitness, or other health-related products or services.

Privacy Policy - the basics

  • We collect non-health information as outlined in our Privacy Policy to operate our website, app, and business, such as details about purchased products or services, images, and voice recordings. We do not process this information to identify you with CHD (Consumer Health Data).

  • Sources of Consumer Health Data

  • If we collect any CHD, we obtain personal data directly from you, your interactions with our site, applications, products, and services, as well as from third parties. For instance, when you connect our products and services with third-party applications, those applications may share personal data, including CHD, with us.

  • Why We Collect and Use Consumer Health Data

  • We collect and use CHD for specific purposes, such as providing the products or services you've requested, operating these products and services, responding to your inquiries, personalizing certain features, ensuring secure and reliable product operation, troubleshooting, improving our products, and fulfilling essential business operations. We may also collect and use CHD with your consent or direction, and for other purposes with your choices and/or consent as required by law.

  • Our Disclosure of Consumer Health Data

  • We may disclose the different categories of data that could be considered CHD for the following purposes:

  • To provide the products or services you've requested or as reasonably necessary to complete any transaction or provide any product or service you've authorized.

  • In the event of a merger, asset sale, financing, corporate divestiture, reorganization, or acquisition of all or some portion of our business.

  • For any purpose for which you've consented or directed us to disclose it.

  • When you make a purchase or payment for a membership, product, or service and we need to process the payment or protect against fraud. We may also disclose data to comply with applicable law or respond to legal process.

  • Third Parties To Whom We Disclose Consumer Health Data

  • We disclose CHD to certain third parties for the purposes outlined above, including:

  • Service providers who provide services on our behalf, such as customer service support, technical services, or system protection.

  • Financial institutions and payment processors for payment processing, fraud prevention, credit risk reduction, and related financial services.

  • Parties involved in corporate transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions, bankruptcies, or sales of all or part of our business or assets.

  • Affiliates to facilitate the provision of goods or services you may have requested from us.

  • If you have any specific inquiries or requests regarding our affiliates, please email us at We may also disclose data to third parties for legal or security reasons.

"MHMDA provides rights regarding your CHD, including the rights to confirm collection of, access, delete, or withdraw consent related to such data, with certain exceptions. You can exercise these rights by following the methods described in the 'Your access to and choices regarding your personal information' section of the Privacy Policy. If you need to access or control CHD that is not available through those methods, you can contact us using the information in the 'Contact Us' section of the Privacy Policy or by using our Request Portal.

If your request to exercise a right under the MHMDA is denied, you can appeal the decision by contacting our privacy support team at ATTN: Privacy Team, Actin FITT, LLC, 8337 210th Street W, Lakeville, MN 55044."

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