DALLAS (KDAF) — Summer is around the corner and many people are trying to get their bodies ready for the season.
However, that isn’t the case with everyone. According to a new study by barbend.com, more than half of Americans have opted out of their at-home workouts they adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the study, officials asked more than 1,000 Americans questions about how their workout habits have evolved in the last year. 49% of people surveyed were female and 50% were male, with an age range of 18 to 85.
Here are some of their findings:
- More than eight out of 10 Americans say the pandemic impacted their workout habits, almost half of those people (47%) said the impact was negative
- During the pandemic, 54% of people surveyed said they started working out more. 41% of people said they worked out less.
- 56% of people surveyed said they began going on daily walks during the pandemic
For the full report, visit barbend.com.