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By Triathlete.com Editors

So much of the way we live our lives has shifted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including how we stay active. Every year Strava shares its “Year In Sport” report based on data from its users and, not surprisingly, the onset of the virus in March caused a massive shift in how participants across the world exercise. While the data usually showcases trends in both habits and the brands of products people are using to capture data, this year’s report—curated from 73 million total participants—focuses more on how activities shifted differently across the globe, as well as how routines (both in exercise mode and in time of day) transitioned through the new normal. Here are some of the key takeaways....

The Onset of The Pandemic Got People Moving

If the order to work from home, parent from home, school from home (i.e., do life from home) made you want to get outside and move (from a safe distance from others), you’re not alone. Strava shared a graph showing its projected global weekly activity based on past trends versus the actual count—the result? A sharp increase in the second week of March through September, when both actual and expected declined, due to chilly temps in the Northern Hemisphere. READ MORE

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