83.7% have practiced sports during quarantine. 41.2% look worse. 60.9% will change their eating habits
52.9% of the respondents have decided to join the gym when they can open and another 33.7% plan to do so, according to a study conducted in the Balearic Islands by the personal training center Fatbusters. Yes, security and the economy will be determining factors in making the final decision. 43.9% recognize that it will depend on the safety guarantees that the gym can provide and 32.7% will be targeted if your economy is allowed.
The attention is drawn to the fact that 83.7 per cent of the respondents ensure that they exercise during confinement, although at the same time 41.2 per cent are seen in worse form. The study also shows that the current situation could lead to considerable change in customs when it comes to sport. Although the Covid-19 pandemic is terminated and restrictive measures are lifted, half of the respondents intend to continue training at home. Of these, 39% value doing so with a personal online coach and 35.6% with the platform Youtube. Two models that have followed during confinement 56% of the people consulted. Guias y Trucos tecnologicos
It should be noted that, prior to the confinement, 86.4 per cent of respondents, aged between 18 and 73, already practised sport to a greater or lesser extent. 53.6% did so for health and 28.9% to improve their physical appearance.
One of the purposes for after confinement is to eat better. At least 60.9% of those consulted. And it is that 20.2 per cent acknowledges having radically changed their eating habits since the entry into force of the alarm state and another 33.7 per cent admits to having partially modified their diet. The data also shows that 55.8 per cent cared for their food prior to the arrival of the pandemic, although 75 per cent did so according to their own criteria and not with the follow-up of a professional.
52% of respondents in a Fatbusters study indicate that they will target the gym after quarantine
83.7% have practiced sports during quarantine. 41.2% look worse. 60.9% will change their eating habits /COMUNICAE/ /COMUNICAE/
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