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Just because you are self-isolating thanks to Covid-19, it doesn’t mean that you can’t work up a sweat indoors! In fact, it may even be more fun and convenient! You’ll be surprised at how much exercise you can squeeze in around the home. The fact is, everyone could do with some exercise, whether young or old.
Variety is the spice of health
Try getting in a mix of different exercises each week – it will challenge your body on a consistent basis and spice up your workouts. Change up your routine or diversify with a sampling of the following exercises:
Fitting in fitness
Keep the kiddies entertained and healthy by creating several circuit or hot spot stations in your home. The idea is to get the family exercising at one station before moving to the next every 30 seconds, and completing several circuits will burn those calories and any pent up energy! Here are some station ideas:
You can also organise the family into competing teams where the winning team walks away with a small prize!
Or if you prefer bite size workouts, sneak exercise in your daily life by doing some muscle-strengthening or stretching exercises while watching television. Stretch or do bicep curls while catching up on social media or talking on the phone. Doing housework can be a great way to burn more calories, as your vacuum, dust or scrub with extra vim and vigour!
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