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Ways to Exercise at Home

Ways to Exercise at Home

Exercising at Home

Now that the gyms are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be finding it challenging to get in a good workout. While practicing social distancing and staying at home may limit your workout schedule, there are still things you can do to stay fit. Here are some suggestions you can try.

Take Your Workout Virtual

Not only can a good workout keep you fit but, in times like these, it’s also essential to take care of our mental health — and exercising is an excellent way to stay mentally fit! While there are plenty of online fitness classes that may require a monthly subscription, you can always try YouTube. Youtube has an abundance of workout videos from yoga and Zumba, to full-body workouts, and more!

Take Your Workout to The Backyard

Did you know that doing yard work is good exercise? If you’ve been putting off that backyard project, now is the time to do it! Not to mention, gardening can get you moving, too. If you have a pool, take a few laps each day. Rummage through your garage and look for outdoor sports equipment that can get you moving, such as a basketball or whiffle ball and bat.

Dust off the Home Gym Equipment

You may have some workout equipment that hasn’t been used in a while. Why not take this opportunity to start using the treadmill or stationary bike that you have at home? You can take your workout up a notch by incorporating weights. During your treadmill workout, try incorporating bicep curls and tricep extensions.

Take Parrish Healthcare’s Free COVID-19 Health Risk Assessment

A good exercise routine and a healthy diet can help boost your immune system. However, as more cases of COVID-19 are being confirmed, Parrish Healthcare is offering virtual screenings with our qualified healthcare professionals. If you or a loved one are concerned about the risks of coronavirus, take our non-diagnostic COVID-19 health risk assessment quiz. Answering a few questions can help us to assess your risk factors and determine if you are eligible for virtual screening with our qualified healthcare professionals.