Magazine September 7, 2020, Issue

A COVID Workout

People exercise in Central Park in New York City during the COVID-19 outbreak, April 4, 2020. (Jeenah Moon/Reuters)

You know how it is in gyms. Even when they ask you to wipe down the equipment once you are done with it, there is always the odd person who leaves the job to the next exerciser. Even on a clean bench with a spotless bar, the bench-presser exhales clouds of grunt with every up-push. Sitting in a row of puffing stationary bicyclists is as healthy as breathing the car exhaust of a rush-hour traffic jam. The shower stalls, even when the handles work and the soap dispenser has been filled some time this year, collect swirls of hair in

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