Most people shouldn’t run to get in shape. They should get in shape to run.
This pandemic has brought out the best of the innovators, as they’ve been able to make ends meet with home training programs in the absence of their precious barbells and dumbbells.
That’s commendable, since for many, it’s more difficult to transition away from a classic gym setting to one more poorly equipped. These days, when I drive the streets of Toronto, a quick glance at most sidewalks reminds me of the other method people are using to cope with gym closures: Running.