“Covid-19 has pushed people to think about health more holistically.”
The stress level of people has increased a lot due to lock down and staying at home. Also, people’s lifestyles suddenly became sedentary. The pandemic has also caused a lot of anxiety and depression among people, which has led to conversations about mental health.
While virtual workouts seemed to gain popularity throughout the pandemic.
People have become more conscious and serious about mental health and are now engaging in physical activities. Physical well-being, emotional, mental, and spiritual fitness have become a major priority. As we learn to adapt to the new normal, the fitness industry is also finding ways to stay relevant. They are also changing the way they work, taking extra precautions, adopting new technology to better serve their community.
Due to this pandemic, fitness is reaching a wider audience. Covid-19 has pushed people to think about health more holistically. So we can say that the fitness industry is changing but for the better.
Most people would prefer to go to the gym for a workout out of habit, and the fact that it’s hard to get motivated at home.
A majority of people are excited to go back to the gym in person.