Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong personal trainers pivot to online teaching and classes to deal with client drop-off amid coronavirus

  • Quarantines, self-isolation and social distancing are taking a toll on the fitness industry as it tries to cope with gym closures and government rules

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong personal trainer Stephanie Cuvelier says her business has had to seriously adapt to the coronavirus. Photo: Handout
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