With many gyms closed and people stuck at home as COVID continues to spread throughout the U.S., it’s no surprise that the past year hasn’t been the most active one for many Americans. In fact, according to a Nov. 2020 study published in Annals of Internal Medicine, in the first 30 days of the pandemic alone, there was a 27.3% decrease in the average number of steps taken among 455,404 individuals studied across 187 countries. That even includes not simply going for a walk every day!