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Sweating it out together: The sense of community and connection will eventually bring people back to gyms and health clubs.

MANY retail businesses were hit hard in the early days of the strict movement curbs as foot traffic literally vanished overnight.

Although most retailers gradually found their footing and were able to leverage e-commerce to keep up sales, not everyone could fit into the migration to online. For some, being physically present makes all the difference.

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