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Fitness in the Time of Coronavirus: How to stay fit during quarantine?- As Corona Virus continues to spread, many gyms have shut shop till further notice. But this doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice fitness. It is possible to get a full-body workout right in the comfort of your home, and with minimal equipment. Here are 3 ways you can stay fit during quarantine.

  • Try bodyweight exercises

We know bodyweight exercises can’t replace dumbbells and machines, but they’re still a good way to break a sweat. Try proven body-weight exercises like Burpees, push-ups, or squats.

You’ll be surprised at how challenging body weight exercises can get after the first 20-30 sets. Also, you don’t solely focus on one exercise. Start with Burpees, and then follow up with push-ups, squats, or whatever you find interesting. The idea is to include variety and varying levels of difficulty. Use YouTube to look for bodyweight exercises and the right way to do them.

  • Dance for Cardio

If you’re concerned about missing out on cardio, try dance. Dancing is the best way to burn calories if you don’t want to risk going out. Look up dance videos online. You’ll get your cardio done and you’ll have fun doing it. Who knows, you might learn some groovy dance moves too!

  • Use Furniture as Gym Equipment

You don’t need fancy equipment to get a good workout. But neither can you solely depend on body-weight exercises. With a little creativity, you can use your household items to add variety and intensity to your exercise.

For example, you could use a sturdy chair or sofa to support your squats and work out your lower body. Using the same chair, you can perform tricep dips and exercise your upper body too.

If you’re looking to burn calories, you can try rushing up and down the stairs a couple of times. Just don’t hurt yourself in the process.

But irrespective of where you work out, don’t forget to practice good health and hygiene. Wash your hands often, avoid public spaces, and eat healthily. Contact Us.

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