Indoor gyms and fitness centres have been forced to shut their doors as the Australian government tries to contain COVID-19.
With the coronavirus situation changing rapidly, CrossFit 2340 had prepared for this moment.
On Monday morning, they shut up shop. By 4pm that afternoon, they were running fitness classes online.
Veronica Pearson and Kim McLean are co-owners of the Taminda gym and are sharing modified routines with members on Zoom.
"We're doing mostly body weighted stuff at the moment until we can roll out equipment," Ms Pearson said..
"For people who didn't have a [medicine] ball today, we had one member using a gas bottle.
"We had cats running across people's screens, we had roosters in the background ... it was just heartwarming."
The innovative transition means the gym has clocked around four new members since Friday, despite the building closing.
"It's been nothing but embraced and loved and it's a reflection on how open-minded the community is," Ms Pearson said.
"It's been a roller coaster of emotions, but when we need to step up, we step up."
Other local fitness centres took to social media to keep people posted on their plans - 360 Fitness Club has suspended membership payments and closed down; Anytime Fitness and Active Fitness Tamworth have also locked up; Snake CrossFit has closed but said on Facebook they are "working on solutions"; and F45 have closed indoor training but said they have produced an online program.
As living rooms become work out zones and backyards become home gyms, Intersport Tamworth manager Ricky Craig said equipment has been walking out the door.
Boxing bags, treadmills, dumbells and workout benches are some popular items.
Mr Craig said he wasn't expecting such an influx, and now even suppliers are running low.
"We've ordered a lot of equipment that's hopefully going to come in soon, and some of our orders are pending," he said.
"It's been absolutely crazy."
As more people stay home, Mr Craig said ping pong tables and dart boards have also been selling hot.