JPTG.-- During the corona outbreak, many people do lots of activities from home such as studying, working and exercising. Maybe some of you thinking that the activities and sports you can do are just like that. Relax. To make you not feeling bored, actually there are many types of sports activities you can do at home.
Here are some types of sports activities that you can do at home so you can keep moving and don't feel bored. Your body will stay healthy, fit and fun.
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JPTG.-- Sports or do exercise are still needed during the corona pandemic. Cycling is one of the recommended activities cause can be adjusted to maintain the distance. It will also minimizing the stress out because contains elements of meditation and increases the body's immunity to fight viral disease. But what is tips for cycling safely and comfortably during pandemic outbreak?
Cycling is still safe and recommended by some sports doctors and disease infection experts during a pandemic. As quoted from several sources; Solo riding, cycling with family members or with a trusted group in open areas could be the alternative recommended activities during pandemic period.
However, you must still follow applicable health protocols such as wearing masks, washing your hands diligently and maintaining your distance.
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JPTG.-- Feel stuck at home? Or in a one of tourism spot? and get bored during your quarantine time? Why don’t you do exercise to keep your body and mind fit and fresh.
In order to get your body stay fit or in shape, one of them is doing necessary routine exercises which is tailored to the body's abilities. It doesn't take long and you shouldn’t have to go to the gym. You can do simple exercise at home as long as you do routine to keep your body fit, fresh and in shape.
The five components of fitness that play a role in organizing and implementing the balanced self-training routine include; cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility and body composition, as formulated by The American College of Sports Medicine; a community healthcare in the USA for individuals and families.