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Making strength not to fall

Not being able to work because of quarantine, gyms are looking for other options to survive the lack of income.

Business and Enterprises
Haciendo fuerza para no caer

This year, an unexpected scenario took us all by surprise. Life gave a sharp brake and, for some, that meant the complete loss of  economic income. This is the case of  gyms  — both neighborhood and big chains —, which needed to look  for alternative sources to raise  money . 

Those who regularly train, after a while, began to feel the lack of endorphins in their body. So, two needs were found. The members of the gyms began to look for ways to access equipment to train at  home . The owners, they rented everything they could to make up for the missing income. Some, even, are selling the gadgets.  From bars, discs, dumbbells, kettlebells and mats to fixed spinning bikes, everything is worth when it comes to staying on the move.  And to survive the  pandemic .

In addition, from the rental of equipment, the gyms took other measures to alleviate this crisis. First, the   future sale  of face-to-face fertilizers , so that customers can slightly muffle the weight of increases that will surely come. Secondly, the  sale of tickets for classes by  Zoom  - a way to have the teacher “at home”, but at a  distance . Finally, the package was completed when they started renting the equipment.

 Empty gyms and, now, somewhat dismantled : another image product of this quarantine that — we hope — will end as best as possible for businesses and businesses.

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¿Qué hacemos los argentinos en cuarentena?What are Argentines doing in quarantine?
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Publication Date: 08/05/2020

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