Describing the last two weeks as a 'mixed bag' for fitness chain CureFit, co-founder Ankit Nagori admitted the world of fitness was going to see a drastic change post the lifting of the lockdown. Joining Republic TV's Editor Niranjan Narayanswamy live on Saturday, the CureFit co-founder elaborated on how India was moving towards fitness from homes and elaborated on different means to train from home including live classes and one-on-one training.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic forcing gyms and fitness centres across the world to be shut, CureFit has taken good care of its employees, said Ankit Nagori. Elaborating on the issue, the CureFit co-founder said the company still had over 2400 trainers who were well-supported by the management.
Pointing out at the difference between other fitness applications and CureFit, Ankit Nagori explained that his app had managed to put together many verticals including live content, recorded content and offline centres, not only in fitness and meditation but also food. The CureFit co-founder revealed that the company had ramped up their essential services in the last few weeks, helping people maintain fitness amid the coronavirus lockdown.
"Once the gyms open, the density of people in the centres won't be the same. There will be very few people in the gyms and many will have to work out from home. We are in the process of creating industry guidelines", said Ankit Nagori, talking about the impact of COVID on fitness and how it was inching towards digital services for train from home.
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