Although many schools and businesses are sending people home, it doesn’t mean that you and your family can’t still be physically active. Instead of spending the next few days or weeks binge-watching TV and playing video games, try finding fun activities to keep the whole family active. Walking, hiking, riding bikes, and playing outside are all fun ways to avoid cabin fever, improve fitness and enjoy quality family time while maintaining a safe “social distance” from others. There are also plenty of fitness classes to stream online to keep everyone busy and active. i.e.: my 30 minute online activity class every day at 11AM. We stream thru Zoom, if you want to join us let me know and I send out the invite. It is a free class, daily. But don’t just take my word for it. Read what other renowned institutions say. “Our research has shown time and time again that fitness and physical activity improves our overall health and quality of life,” said Dr. Laura DeFina, President, CEO and Chief Science Officer of The Cooper Institute. “This is a great time to focus on our health by making fitness a priority for the whole family.”
Amen. Our bodies are built to move! Uwe 512.413.9110
We offer several group and individual classes.
Check out our 30 –5 -4 program/class ideal for the beginner. We have a variety of group classes. No cookie cutter regimen, we train science based but we do spontaneous exercises good for the body and mind. (read the post about this class)
We train one on one with i.e a TRX suspension class, or a high intensity interval class or medicine ball class, rope training class. Etc. You name it!
In closing and as a reminder to all of us heed the experts advice: “We’ve always said that prevention is the key to living a long, healthy life,” said Dr. Benjamin Willis, Director of Epidemiology at The Cooper Institute. “By restricting contact and adhering to strict cleaning and sanitizing regimens, we can all help flatten the curve of this outbreak.”
So my dear friends listen to the experts ;-)):
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Maintain “social distance” of at least 6 feet from other people.
- Stay home if you are sick and seek medical attention.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when sneezing or coughing. Use the inside of your elbow if tissues are not readily available.
- Clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces daily.