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Five Ways to Stay Fit During Isolation

Staying active is essential to keeping healthy. Here are five ways to stay fit during isolation.


1. Cre­ate a home work­out plan.

Set your­self a real­is­tic goal in terms of how much you will exer­cise in one week, what the exer­cis­es are and if you plan on imple­ment­ing a new diet.

You could also check out pop­u­lar home work­out videos on YouTube! Our rec­om­men­da­tions are fur­ther down this post!


2. Include a warm up and stretch.

Arguably the most impor­tant part of any work­out! Warm­ing up and stretch­ing can pre­vent you from injur­ing your­self and feel­ing stiff. Check out the below video for a num­ber of basic warm ups. Make sure you do your research to find out what warm ups suit your main work­outs best. 


3. Fol­low a knowl­edge­able and respect­ed online trainer. 

There is a mas­sive amount of infor­ma­tion on YouTube on many sub­jects. Home work­outs being one of them. A lot of the videos pro­vide incred­i­ble infor­ma­tion that can help change your life, oth­ers give infor­ma­tion out that may not be fac­tu­al­ly true or good for you. 

Joe Wicks is famous­ly good at pro­vid­ing incred­i­ble exer­cise videos on his YouTube chan­nel. This is a great place to get started! 

Also, our AMAZ­ING team over at our Bor­derville cam­pus often post incred­i­ble work­outs to their Face­book page. Check them out here.

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4. Yoga

Yoga is a great way to help your cir­cu­la­tion. Espe­cial­ly if you’re sat for long peri­ods study­ing and com­plet­ing work. 

Get­ting start­ed with Yoga is very easy! YouTube has thou­sands of con­tent cre­ators that will take you through a good qual­i­ty yoga ses­sion. Here is a great one to get you started.


5. Make the most of your dai­ly allowance.

Why not plan to go for a run on Mon­day and Thurs­day, and then plan visu­al­ly pleas­ing walks the rest of the week?
It’s very impor­tant to make sure you use your dai­ly allowance and to reap the var­i­ous ben­e­fits of being out of the house for a small amount of time every day. 

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