Surprisingly, fitness just might be easier to achieve during a global pandemic.
At least, according to a recent survey of 2,000 Americans.
72% of us are finding it easier to maintain our fitness routines now, when we can’t go to the gym, than pre-Coronavirus. Almost half are using fitness apps for the first time, and 56% of people actually don’t plan to buy back into their gym memberships after the current health crisis. And a staggering 80% of men are exercising more now without access to their gyms than before Covid-19, according to data from Freeletics, an AI-based fitness app with 47 million users in over 160 countries.
If accurate, it indicates we’re getting more fit without the gym than with it.