CrossFit Gyms Step up and Offer Physical Education

August 12, 2020 by
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Physical activity levels among high school athletes have dropped by 50 percent in recent months, while two-thirds of them are experiencing anxiety and depression as they deal with their canceled sports seasons, reported a July study from the University of Wisconsin.

One big thing: With many school districts announcing delayed sports seasons and a return to online learning this September, these trends might not change. And it also means physical education classes will be limited or non-existent come the new school year.

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