Does belonging to a gym slow you down? — Making and meeting workout goals during a pandemic

When the Covid-19 Pandemic began in the United States gyms were one of the first things to close. As a place of communal sweat and fast-paced breathing mixed with a shared ventilation system, this made a lot of sense. But what would happen to those who lost their “place of workout”?

If you think people gave up on working out completely you would be wrong. Other means were developed to occupy the void. Gyms, trying to hold their audience captive, released classes. Home workout…

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