From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters
From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters

Speakeasy gyms, yoga bubbles, athleisure WFH fashion and dumbbell shortages –12 ways the pandemic has changed fitness and exercise as we know it

The coronavirus outbreak has closed gyms around the world, prompting gym rats, fitness freaks and, well, anyone remotely concerned with their health to find creative ways to stay in shape –from forming illegal Fight Club-style underground gyms to a surge in downloads of workout apps like Strava and Fitbit

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From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters
From underground or speakeasy gyms to yoga in a bubble, even dusting off running shoes and hitting the pavement, are all part of the new normal to stay fit. Photo: Reuters
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