Seven reasons to keep up exercise during self isolation
Self isolation isn't the time to start skipping your gym session. Here's why.
Rolling restrictions are in place to try and slow the spread of the coronavirus. More people are working and studying from home and restricting their contact with the outside world, but isolating at home shouldn't mean endless hours on the couch binge-watching Netflix. (Plus: Victoria's coronavirus rules, explained.)
“These kinds of restrictions are critically important to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, but they can also make it tough for people to engage in the typical kinds of physical activity they enjoy, the exercise that keeps them moving as part of their daily routine,” says Tom.
“That means we must prioritise opportunities for physical activity and promote awareness around how to do this safely at home. That way, we can ensure we are all maintaining the benefits of an active lifestyle as much as we can at this challenging time.”