These happy fit people say that staying fit during the recent lockdown has been important to help them deal with the issues of isolation and creating a new routine.
Although social distancing and other actions have slowed the COVID-19 virus down, we won’t really be able to go ‘back to normal’ until a vaccine has been discovered. While there are a number of trials underway, many experts expect the wait to be up to 18 months or more before a successful vaccine becomes available.
A common practice nowadays is to exercise at the gym. “Going to gyms at night to exercise can, however, do more harm than good,” Dr Xu, President of Ren He Tang, divulged.
Gyms are reopening as states begin to ease lockdown restrictions. But experts in the fitness industry say at-home workouts are here to stay.
Changing rooms could be off-limits, while kids are likely to only be allowed in for lessons.
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It’s probably more difficult for us to exercise under the new normal now of working from home and practising social isolation.
The fitness star has been forced to rest after an operation on his hand this week.
Research has found that those who are obese or unfit are less likely to survive infection.
Exercising more at home while staying at home due to the coronavirus? Here’s a list of recommended online workout classes to follow.