Top activities that women say kept them physically and mentally fit during COVID-1987 are exercise
Key Findings The top activities that women say kept them physically and mentally fit during COVID-1987 are exercise, spending time with friends and family, and practicing yoga. 72% of people say they enjoy doing yoga.
Using free web tools, majority of women prefer DIY Women say the benefits of yoga go beyond the mat. According to a survey by Enamor, Modenik Lifestyle’s premium lingerie and activewear brand, one in two women cite practicing yoga as their magic remedy to beat the blues.
Most women who responded to the study agree that practicing yoga improves strength, flexibility, mood and vitality far beyond the mat, which is why it’s such a form of exercise. popular with them.
From Enamor’s Spring Summer ’22 Collection Enamor’s survey goal is to fully understand its customers and meet their changing needs.
Enamor’s soulful Spring Summer 2022 Athleisure collection has just been unveiled; it is based on the themes of Dhyana and Surya and promotes well-being.
To help women feel safe and comfortable, the entire collection features breathable, 4-way stretch, quick-drying, sweat-wicking and odor-wicking fabrics. The majority of women who took part in the survey – 87% – said they exercised regularly.
Nearly 66% of women among these exercise more than three times a week and 72% of women prefer yoga. Yoga sessions that can be done at home are becoming increasingly popular.
Yoga can be practiced anywhere and anytime with the accessibility of instructional video resources on web platforms.
Women prefer homemade yoga 45% of the time because it gives them the freedom to fit it into their schedule when it suits them. In contrast, 17% of women report attending in-person sessions, while 14% have taken part in an online yoga class taught by a qualified instructor.
The adage “Dress for success” certainly applies to the fitness industry. According to 79% of women surveyed, wearing appropriate clothing while practicing yoga improves both their performance and their enjoyment of the exercise. This is backed by science.
According to a study published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, clothes have symbolic meaning, which may explain why they affect behavior and attitudes. Therefore, what you dress influences your behavior.
“As a company, we follow fashion and lifestyle trends to meet the changing needs of the contemporary Indian woman. Women overwhelmingly want to lead an active life, and our survey confirms this.
Buying modern goods made from durable, high-quality materials that are both practical and fashionable is becoming increasingly popular.
That’s why we created our new athleisure line. With its cutting-edge designs, it provides women with the comfort and style they need to lead active lives on and off the mat,” said Sandra Daniels, Vice President of Marketing, Enamor.
Enamor conducted this online survey among women, the majority of whom are in the 25-45 age bracket (or 77%). About Enamor Enamor was the first to introduce high-end fashion lingerie to the Indian market when it was established in 2001 as a joint venture with Barbara de Paris, a 70-year-old French lingerie brand.
It has a leading status among major multi-brand outlets and major national retail chains. It has 45 Exclusive Brand outlets and more than 5,000 retail establishments across the country.