Here’s a list of activities you can do — by yourself or with your loved ones— to keep physically active during the coronavirus pandemic.
Enjoy in the pantry.
Cooking and baking can be great means to spend the time inside. Craving your favorite restaurant food? Now is a great time to learn how to create that gem yourself. (If you have children, have them help!) You can even attempt emailing the establishment and asking if they will give their recipe. Like ice cream after supper? Here are some ways to make ice cream without using an ice cream maker.
Play a board game.
Get all those board games that are gathering dust in your wardrobe. Don’t have any? There are board games your can purchase online, some of which even allow you to play versus your own friends or family remotely.
Get outside (while keeping your distance).
If you are not being ordered to stay inside your house, a walk or bike ride is an apparent choice. If you don’t have a family member to walk in the park with, organize a phone call with a friend or family member for that time. Or learn some new podcasts or music.
Sweat it out.
Can’t go farther away from home? There are several ways to be active. There are several free exercise videos on YouTube or social media, or you can install a workout application. A lot of them provide free trials and don’t need any accessories. Darebee is a very great online fitness resource, and they’re non-profit and ad-free. If you have a gym company, see with them to see if they are running fitness classes online. If you are 65 or older and available for Medicare, SilverSneakers is convenient to you at no cost and has over 200 videos ready online to work out to. After that, you can have a massage 아로마마사지.
Set up an arts and crafts studio if you have the area for it. Pull out all the drawing and coloring tools, sparkle, glue, scissors and other oddball supplies you have lying around if you need to invent.