Rise of the Home Workout During and After Lockdown – SPARBAR Innovates the WOFH Lifestyle
Whilst gyms across the U.S. are facing to be closed down again for safety measures, a survey in the UK shows that even with re-opening, consumers prefer a mix of studio and at-home-workouts.
In an era of outstandingly worldwide behavioural consumer changes, the “after-the-lockdown“ time finds people investing in health, hygiene and fitness. The dreaded C-term and its ongoing aftermath have undoubtedly spurred the WOFH (working out from home) lifestyle. 39% of people will exercise at home more than before Covid19, a new study from CIL Management Consultants suggests.
And just like every coin has two sides, there is fun to be found by exploring the options for your home gym. And, who would have guessed? People from all over the world now find themselves changing their fitness routine by implementing boxing at the core of their workout.
This never before-seen hype around boxing is boosted by SPARBAR, which is all about practising punching and defensive skills intuitively and with fun at home – suitable for anyone no matter what age, gender or fitness level. SPARBAR became the most trending home gym experience during lockdown with sky rocketing sales. Celebrity users like Kevin Hart are training with this innovative fitness concept that burns your calories faster than a Cardio program.
“Boxing is one of the best sports in the world, and what we find is that more and more people are moving into boxing to find that mental and physical connection in a workout,“ says London-based founder Jasvinder “Jazz” Gill.
SPARBAR is a great training apparatus for beginners all the way to lead users, where the whole family can participate in a fun interactive workout. US pro boxer Jackie Atkins (Hall of Fame) is part of the digital training and certifications program which will further enhance the SPARBAR experience.
“With gyms carefully opening up again, we are commissioned to set up a whole boxing area with our intuitive boxing equipment in chains worldwide,“ says Jazz — another bet that boxing for everyone is here to stay.