Group fitness class aficionado Chris Black tried it—and tried not to drown.  

It’s been five months since the pandemic closed gyms around the country, and those of us who depend on a daily workout for mental clarity (or abs) are all getting through this in our own ways—forced to scour the internet for overpriced gear, relying on our bodyweight to get a pump. I know the resistance bands and single kettlebell I copped at pre-COVID prices are not cutting it, nor is working out solo. Earlier this month, I was in Los Angeles and in deep need of a new way to work out—something new, something exciting, something outside and therefore relatively COVID-safe, so I was instantly in when I heard about Deep End Fitness.

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