The trial court correctly granted defendant summary judgment in this slip-and-fall injury suit in an exercise facility’s sauna room.  The release of claims in the fitness center’s membership agreement absolved the fitness center of liability for ordinary negligence.  Plaintiff failed to submit evidence creating a triable issue of fact as to gross negligence.  She claimed to have fallen because the light in the sauna had burnt out, so she couldn’t see properly where to step.  But her only evidence that the fitness center had notice of this defect was an inspection report that noted repair was needed in the sauna room, without specifying what repair was needed, and without a time stamp, so it was unclear whether the report was created before or after plaintiff’s fall.  Even if the report preceded the fall there was no evidence to show that the report preceded the fall by a sufficient interval to allow the fitness center time to correct the problem.