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Will CrossFit Survive After a Year of Disasters?

2020 was a hard year for a lot of businesses. Regulations made some operations impossible, but health and fitness establishments lived in a weird gray zone. While many retail stores ceased all operations, gyms were able to remain open at varied capacities while abiding by ever-changing protocols. Meanwhile, in the United States, there was civil unrest in response to the death of George Floyd.

Many businesses were showing support for the Black Lives Matter movement and demanding accountability for George Floyd’s death. Silence did not go unnoticed…




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User Analytics | Digital & Brand Marketing | Productivity … hoping to explore topics that interest me and find others with similar passions

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