Le Son from Hanoi’s Thanh Xuan District says he often goes to a gym for physical exercise. However, after Prime Ministerial Instruction 16/CT-TTg was issued to contain the spread of community transmission, he opted for working out at home. Nguyen Ngoc Huyen from Hanoi’s Dong Da District had the same idea as she mainly works online and had more free time during the social distancing period. For many people, exercising is a good way to not only improve their health and keep in shape, but also relax and spend free time. Inspired by relatives and friends on social media, many people have decided to buy treadmills, on-site exercise bikes, hand weights and skipping ropes. Sales are increasing with the rising demand. According to an owner of a sports shop on Nguyen Dinh Hoan Street in Hanoi’s Cau Giay District, male customers tend to buy multi-function weightlifting chairs at an average price of VND2 million, while female customers buy yoga mats at an average price of VND1 million. In addition to simple fitness equipment, there is also demand for items in higher price segments, such as treadmills and exercise bikes. Instead of selling equipment wholesale to gym centers, shops now sell… Read full this story
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