With the on going pandemic, most people around the world have been adjusting to staying indoors 24/7. While it’s tempting to retire to the couch all day, it’s more crucial than ever to keep healthy.
For an alternative type of workout, Spanish karate champion Sandra Sanchez shares a few basic martial arts techniques that can help you stay fit. Some of the moves she shares, like ball throws can even be used for self-defense. When trying out martial arts, just remember that it’s less about power and more about proper form.
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Venus Williams has been posting her daily workout sessions on Instagram stories, in the hopes of encouraging her viewers to join in.
If you want to stick to traditional fitness workouts, Women’s Health Magazine can provide you with some wonderful routines. Running twice a day for 15 to 30 minutes each, all you need for the exercises are a chair and mat, and you’re ready to go! They publish their schedules at least one day in advance, so you always know when to tune in and join the stream.
Julie is an artist, author and movement coach. She founded See&Do to help broaden who we see moving, being brave and facing challenges. Movement and therefore good health is for everyone. See&Do provides inspiration and resources for us all to be free to move and connect more with the world around us.