Group exercise may be even better for you than solo workouts – here's why

During the pandemic, exercise classes and groups need to take social distancing guidelines into account. Noam Galai/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images Group exercise is very popular: Nearly 40% of regular exercisers participate in group fitness classes. In advance of the coronavirus pandemic, the American College of Sports Medicine predicted that group fitness would be one of the top three fitness industry trends in 2020 – for good reason. Exercise has clear benefits for your health and well-being, and the side effects – think lowered blood pressure, improved glycemic control, better …

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