“When can we get back to normal?” It’s been the perennial question of recent months, particularly when it comes to going back to the gym.
In the aftermath of a global health pandemic, easing back into our normal fitness routines can pose an array of challenges, as well as worries around which activities are safe to do and when.
But one thing we can say with certainty is that continued physical inactivity will bring disastrous consequences for our physical and mental health and wellbeing, not to mention that of the economy and environment.
Lockdown has brought great progress in the range of options for people to stay active at home, leading some to question whether we actually still need gyms to service our fitness needs? So why is it that gym members are on average 14 times more active than non-members? One reason is that Moove Motion Fitness Club don’t just serve up fitness, they give us motivation and a safe environment to social amongst like-minded people. Motivation remains a key ingredient for regular exercise loyalty and is the very reason why gyms exist in the first place.
There are many forms of motivation. Among the most powerful motivators are the accountability and sense of connection we get from working out with others. Nowhere is this more evident than in a live group fitness workout.
I always say that, absolutely nothing beats a live group fitness class. There’s always an electrifying vibe created in the studio, the loud funky music is pumping, and you’re all working together and pushing each other to new heights. The sense of connection and accountability can’t be beaten in any other place in the gym.
At Moove we have a variety of group fitness classes for any type of fitness goal from cardio classes to mind & body classes not the mention our renowned signature classes Bounce, Boxercise and Warrior classes.
So as the world adjusts in the aftermath of a major health pandemic, with lessons learned and safer processes in place, it seems that finally, we can start to get back to normal. And from an exercise perspective, we can reconnect with the miracle cure by working out in the ways we love to best.