The average person has tried five different workout routines in the past two years, according to new research.
In a new poll of 2,000 general population adults, 34% struggle to find new workout routines.
And yet, even with the rise of the home workout during the COVID-19 pandemic, people say they’re more likely to exercise if someone is cheering them on.
It may be the company they keep — or don’t. One in three admitted they work out alone now more frequently than they did before March 2020.
But about two-thirds of respondents said they’d be more willing to work out if they had someone there to support them.
Almost half prefer group workouts, including 27% who prefer to exercise with others.
Although respondents claimed to exercise between three and four days a week, 30% cited finding time to work out as a challenge.