You should really do that much exercise during Coronavirus

You should really do that much exercise during Coronavirus
You should really do that much exercise during Coronavirus

You don’t have to do sports every day during Coronavirus. These tips will help you develop the perfect corona fitness routine

Home office and coronavirus restrictions give us more time at home than we are used to. The daily steps (ideally ten thousand) that came together by walking back and forth on the way to work or climbing stairs in the office are eliminated. No wonder the urge to do a lot of sport and keep your figure is bigger than ever.

But what should a good exercise routine look like during the Coronavirus period and how much exercise is good for us? Here are some tips for you.

How much sport should I do?

Twenty to thirty minutes of exercise a day is enough to keep you fit. If you would like to do something more, you can divide up your workout and exercise, for example, thirty minutes in the morning and thirty minutes in the evening. Be careful not to overload the body twice. The first round, for example, can be a high-intensity workout, while you can do a few stretching exercises in the evening.

Install days off

Do I even need sports breaks during the week if I spend a lot of time sitting and doing “only” home workouts? The answer to this is very clear: yes! Exercising every day is counterproductive because the muscles urgently need time to regenerate. Listen to the needs of your body and incorporate at least one or two days off into your routine.

Listen to your body

Just because you have too much time, you don’t have to spend every spare second doing sports. The maximum should be an hour a day, so yours remains motivation also preserved in the long term. You can enjoy the rest of your free time with a nice walk in the fresh air – this not only gets your digestion going, but it is also good for the mind. But you can also have a Netflix evening or a spa program in the bathroom at home. You don’t have to prove anything to anyone and you shouldn’t feel pressured about sports.

What do you think?

Written by Editorial Staff


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