For those of you who were stuck for a workout routine, the quick 20 minute exercise session should give you a good example of what can be done or better still , have a workout to follow along to.
For those of you who are a little limited on space or think you need special clothing and equipment, the 2 article below demonstrate that a range of exercises can still be done in a space a small as a prison cell!
“Fit in my 40s: you may not be able to swing a cat, but you can still shape up at home | Zoe Williams”
“Forget fancy kit. This is all you need to emerge from self-isolation fighting fit
It feels like being in prison, because it is like being in prison; and all over the world, people are asking: how do you stay fit when you’re confined to the house?
This is assuming you don’t already have, or want to buy, a load of equipment. (Although if you do want something cheap and incredibly useful, get some resistance bands.)
You don’t need any stuff to get fit – no weights, no benches, definitely no fancy trainers. And you can aim high.
Theoretically, you could wake up in four months’ time looking like a creature of myth, a man or woman who has been cursed with the upper body of a bullock. That may not be what you want, of course, and if you notice it happening, stop the calisthenics and concentrate on star jumps.”
After a long cold and dark winter, spring bring relative warmth and sunshine allowing the people of Sweden to enjoy some recreation outdoors.
This has led to the country having a rather maverick approach to combating the spread of the COVID-19 virus
“Coronavirus: How Sweden is battling the COVID-19 with its “work under responsibility” motto
The COVID-19 hit the world from nowhere, or did it? After SARS, which started at the end of 2002, I think everyone travelling has some sort of understanding that this can happen, and likely would happen again.
Compared to the novel coronavirus, SARS was rather mild but scary enough.
The world today is very different than it was in 2002-03. Globalism had not become the new normal – neither for business nor for the tourist. Flying in Europe or India today is as easy as taking a bus.”