How people are getting their workouts in, outdoors and socially distanced, photographed
When nonessential businesses shut down in March, that included gyms and fitness centers—prompting many gym rats to have to get creative, from at-home workouts via Zoom or braving cooler temperatures for an outdoor run.
Now that summer is here, there are many more options for outdoor fitness that don’t involve running or biking. And with a few months of planning in the can (and business re-openings in some region where it has been deemed safe enough to do so), fitness centers and instructors have established a number of new schemes to keep clients’ physical (and mental) health in check—all while ensuring social distancing measures are met.
Here are a few examples of how fitness fanatic are keeping in shape this summer.
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