Men were seemingly more motivated than women, averaging 20 minutes per workout session compared to the women’s average of 14 minutes.
The state with the longest average at-home workouts was Delaware, averaging 50 minutes per workout. Maine had the shortest workouts at an average of six minutes.
Fifty-seven percent of people said they’re less fit now compared to pre-pandemic times, but one-third say they have been ramping up their workout intensity as COVID-19 restrictions ease and summer is on its way.
One-third of people say they will feel too self-conscious to join a gym or work out outside when restrictions are lifted.
The survey also showed that 68% of people would prefer to spend their time going out and drinking with friends than working out.