This is the end of the saga. Thoughts From Quarantine has covered everything you need to succeed with your health and fitness while self isolating.
The last piece of advice is about managing problems as they arise. Some are solvable, some you can only manage.
Here's how to tell which is which and what to do about them to keep your wits.
A LONG TIME AGO IN A GALAXY FAR FAR AWAY.....
The lingering anxiety of staggered re-opening strategies has given rise to a populace bored and impatient from months of self-isolation.
With tempers boiling and tensions running high, a lone trainer has found a way to combine fun and fitness; training the next generation of Jedi from the comfort of their couches.
We join our heroes, these isolated knights of the Stay-Home Jedi Order, in Episodes I-III of their journey...
This week we cover a few topics on a lot of people's minds:
- progressing bodyweight workouts
- finding exercise equipment
- separating work from home when they happen in the same place
Roll up your sleeves, all these topics require a little work.
Hunching over a computer at a desk was rough enough. Now with work from home, a lot of folks have taken to the couch.
With gyms still closed due to Covid-19, I've put together a simple 4 step plan to maintain healthy posture while living an increasingly horizontal life.
We are into week two of self-isolation. Here in Washington State, the Governor officially ordered that everyone stay inside unless it is absolutely essential to go out. Even then, we must stay a minimum of 6 feet away from each other.
This leads me to Thoughts from Quarantine 2: Solitary Confinement. I have a few realizations from last week and some new ideas for us Washingtonians who are now in a new level of lock-down.
There are tons of positives about working out in your home. No membership dues, convenient location, showers and towel service - the list goes on and on.
When it comes to your exercise selection, you can be pretty limited if you don't have any equipment at home.
Here's the wish list of home gym essentials so you aren't limited to the same dozen bodyweight exercises indefinitely.
Articles filled with actionable information to improve your approach to the 4 pillars of fitness.