As one door opens, one closes. While Tamra Judge is excited to get back to the “Real Housewives of Orange County” for the new season, she’s sad that she had to close the doors permanently on her and husband Eddie Judge‘s gym, CUT Fitness. The reality TV couple officially closed the doors to the Rancho Santa Margarita, California gym after nearly 10 years in business.
Business Was Good Until the Pandemic Began
CUT Fitness, which stands for “Cardio Unique Training” opened in March 2013, with a focus of personal training, nutrition coaching and race training. They didn’t cater to big crowds and were more of an intimate fitness center. “We are a small group gym. We don’t cater to the masses, ever. We never have more than 50 people here at a time,” Tamra, 54, said back in March 2020 on a social media post. “We might be called a micro gym, but we are a very large facility, about 5,000 sq. ft.”
Talking About the Decision to Close the Gym on her Podcast
Tamra is Getting Ready to Return to “RHOC”
No Plans to Close Their Other Business
She went on to explain that the pandemic was the cause of things going downhill. “Listen, we almost made it to  years. I’m proud of what we did, what we built,” she said. “And you know what, you’ll all find out – more things are coming. It is what it is. It’s sad. It’s a loss. It’s 100% a loss. It’s hard.” The couple also own a CBD company called “Vena.” The products are currently sold online and in Sally Beauty stores. Tamra said on the podcast that there are no plans to close “Vena” and that it’s “a very successful CBD business.”