Keeping Fit During The Nationwide Lockdown

Extensive social distancing policies to limit the spread of COVID-19 means most people are having to spend most of their time at home. The restricted movement poses some challenges for those who are used to doing their workouts in a gym. Fortunately, there are some ways that you can stay active and in great health while indoors.

      Why you need to keep fit and lose weight during this time at home

The social-distancing lockdown in most countries is likely to last for at least a month and remaining inactive for long periods of time can be harmful to the body and immune system.

Doctors at the frontline have observed that most patients who succumb to coronavirus is mostly due to their weak immune system which was not strong enough to fight off the virus.

The first responsibility to yourself is the need to look out for yourself, now more than ever before.

What are some of the dangers of being home for a month and not remaining active. Here are just some of the concerns:

Increased anxiety
Increased stress levels
Lack of vitamin D
Increased weight
Poorer cardiovascular health due to minimal activity

There are several ways you can avoid any of these potential health issues with some activities you can do at home.


1. Practice Meditation

A great way to relieve stress and improve mental health is through meditation. It is one the best tools for this purpose.

Meditation does not have to be complicated. There is no right or wrong way. Even just starting with 10 minute sections at first and develop into more minutes as you grow into it. Meditation is easy to practice because all you need is a quite place and yourself.

Here are some benefits of regular meditation:

Reduces stress
Lower anxiety
Improved sleep
Lower blood pressure
Better oxygen flow

These all help to boost your immune system and ensure you stay in good health.

2. Healthier Eating Habits

Eating right has to be one of the most important tips of all because your body relies on vital nutrients to survive and be nourished.

During this time no one can tempted by eating out at restaurants, there is less access to unhealthier food choices and you have the opportunity to cook tasty clean meals at home.


3. Short Intense Cardio workouts


Cardio workouts can be the done very effectively while indoors. All you need is a small part of your home for your workouts. The great thing about cardio is that you can perform some challenging exercises without using any equipment. Most high intensity interval training (HIIT) are focused on using body weight in short burst of movements.


Here are some exercises you can do at home:


Jumping Jacks

Jogging in one spot



The single most well-established benefit of high intensive interval workouts has to do with heart health. Intervals can boost cardio-respiratory health with a smaller time investment compared to continuous forms of exercise. These short busts of vigorous movements improves the body’s VO2 max, a measure of endurance that calculates the maximum volume of oxygen the body can use. Scientists have found that to be one of the best predictors of overall health.

The more aerobically fit you are, the better your heart can pump blood, the longer it takes you to get out of breath, and the stronger your immune system is.

Helps to know we have one of the best personal trainers to help you stay fit while staying home. You get to benefit from 30 minute high intensity online workouts several days a week. These workouts are designed to push your body to the limits and allows you to get quicker results in your fitness.

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