Business & Economics
Master of Arts (MA)
It used to be that going to the gym was the epitome of health - taking time out of your day to stretch, run, and crunch away stress. But the coronavirus has made this a selfish, even narcissistic, act. It has forced consumers to bring the gym into their living rooms. Now that many Americans have adapted to workouts without the gym, yoga studio, or spin class, it’s hard to imagine that we will return to our previous gym routines. The coronavirus won’t be the death of gyms, but it has permanently changed the industry.
Wheless, Erika, "A pandemic revolution for workout devotees, their instructors, and the gyms they used to frequent" (2020). CUNY Academic Works.
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