Smile, you are muscular! Or how to get addicted to sports online

“Sorry for the reu at 2 pm, I have a Pilates zoom. “ Does this little music from the first confinement remind you of something? Logic. Like this colleague who in her life before-Covid had aquagym every Monday evening at 7 p.m., the French, from the first days of confinement, rushed to everything that the Web offered as Pilates, fitness, yoga classes. , dances and other zumbas.

So many activities that can be practiced in an apartment. According to an Ifop survey carried out this summer for Urban Sports Club, we are even 43% to have increased our practice of sport, and now 60% to consider sport as a decompression valve during teleworking. And it’s not about to stop. Because this trend, which was structured in 2020 in haste, had already planted solid foundations in the dream life of the web.

Tibo InShape, Juju Fitcats, Sissy Mua … These influencers in the name of wrestlers don’t mean anything to you? However, they did not wait for the Covid crisis to establish themselves on the Web among the most followed sports coaches. And too bad if they have no diploma in this specialty. Their fame goes far beyond the framework of a gymnastic mat.

It was around 2015, approximately, that the Toulousain Thibaud Delapart, alias Tibot InShape, a young man bodybuilder expert in pumps – 7 million subscribers on YouTube today – explodes the counters. At the time, he gave advice from his bedroom to develop his abs or lose weight, e

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