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Mountainside Fitness closed their 18 locations across Arizona Tuesday after a Maricopa County Superior Court judge upheld Gov. Doug Ducey's closure orders for gyms.

UPDATE: Mountainside Fitness has announced that it will temporarily close its locations in compliance with Gov. Ducey's executive order, following a judge's ruling earlier today.

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A judge refused to give mountainside fitness'>Scottsdale-based Mountainside Fitness a temporary restraining order against Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order to close down the state's gyms.

"It is frustrating" Personal trainers left in limbo after judge says gyms like Mountainside Fitness have to follow Ducey's order to close

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Judge says Mountainside Fitness gyms must close, comply with governor's order until case decided

Tom Hatten, CEO of Mountainside Fitness, joined @ktar_923  to discuss Tuesday's legal setback. Read about how a judge's ruling compelled Hatten to follow Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order to close gyms here:

HAPPENING NOW: Mountainside Fitness CEO Tom Hatten holds a news conference after a judge denied the gym's request for a restraining order to block Governor Doug Ducey's executive order. #LIVE :

WATCH LIVE: Mountainside Fitness officials are speaking out after a judge denied its restraining order blocking Gov. Doug Ducey's order to shut down gyms.

UPDATE: Mountainside Fitness said it would close all 18 of its gyms at 2 p.m. today. Tune to KTAR News 92.3 FM, online or our app at 11 a.m. to hear Mountainside CEO Tom Hatten discuss the ruling with . @ktar_923 

@utilityreporter : Judge says Mountainside Fitness gyms must close, comply with governor's order until case decided via @azcentral 

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JUST IN: A judge has denied a temporary restraining order request by Mountainside Fitness that would block Governor Ducey's order to close gyms. #abc15 

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NEW: A judge ruled Tuesday that Mountainside Fitness gyms must close while a court decides whether Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order to close through at least July 27 is lawful.

Mountainside Fitness CEO Tom Hatten said he will not heed the Arizona governor’s order to close his gyms amid the coronavirus pandemic. “We are going to stay open until we have our day in court, which is Monday morning.”

Mountainside Fitness CEO and Founder Tom Hatten announced that his company will sue the state to block Gov. Ducey's order today closing gyms until July 27. MORE:

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BREAKING @LifetimeFitnes1  will defy Arizona Gov. @dougducey 's shutdown order & reopen entires facilities on Wednesday. Mountainside Fitness is ignoring it & has threatened to sue governor. #12News 

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Mountainside Fitness, which has 18 locations throughout AZ, says they will not shut down after Governor Ducey’s order to do so yesterday to stop the spread of COVID. Their competitor, Lifetime Fitness has joined them in filing a suit against the state. #fox10phoenix 

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