Coronavirus Pandemic: 10 Unique Ways To Be Fit During Quarantine
To curb the spread of deadly coronavirus, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has recommended everyone to stay indoors. As of now, social distancing has only come out as the solution to halt the expansion of the virus. So, many countries like India have imposed a lockdown for a long period. Thus, people are spending all the time behind the doors.
As nobody is habitual of remaining 24*7 at home, people are getting bored. But some are setting examples of how to get themselves busy and fit.
As all the gyms have been closed, peoples have found out unique ways to keep themselves fit and all charged up.
The internet is full of stories about people doing some incredible things, which have never been thought about before.
On that note, today we will take a look at ten such examples to keep boredom away and put your body to work during quarantine amid coronavirus.
Ten unique ways of how people are staying fit during coronavirus:
1) Community Aerobics:
A video of Spain is going viral and inspiring many to how everyone can join and do exercise together while also following the social distancing guidelines.
In Spain, a fitness instructor takes aerobics classes from the rooftop of his buildings and people from the surrounding building came out in their balconies to join the instructor.
Thus, all the neighbours joined him from their balconies and windows for a community aerobics session
So, this video has given a unique idea of how everyone can join and remain fit.
In Seville, Spain, residents of an entire apartment complex couldn't leave their homes due to the quarantine.
So a fitness instructor went up to a rooftop and held a workout class.
Neighbors joined in from their windows and balconies.pic.twitter.com/Ez0iF7vwf3
— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) March 15, 2020
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