older man stretching with friends before going for a run As more employers call employees back to the office, employees are left to figure out how they fit fitness into their ever-changing schedules. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A little over two years ago the pandemic disrupted work routines in a big way. Our commutes changed (putting on the slippers suddenly qualified as a “commute”). Our communications styles changed (hello Zoom!). And, our fitness routines changed, too.

At first, since most of us were stuck in our homes, many of us designed new fitness routines — running outdoors, on treadmills in the basement, or making up our own routines to knock out first thing in the morning.

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