When the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic swept across the world, our lives were changed in its wake. Guidelines, rules and recommendations concerning social distancing and social isolation came into place to reduce infection rates and this meant that many of us had to give up our usual hobbies and spend a lot more time indoors. As a result, many haven’t been able to go to the gym and we are feeling unhealthy and more unfit than before.
Nobody wants to catch Coronavirus (Covid), which is going around the world at super-fast rates. Reported cases are now well over 155 million globally, and while more than 133 million people have recovered, some 3 million have perished. With these figures flying around and media reporting of further Covid chaos daily, you may be concerned that you’ll come into contact with someone who has the virus and that you’ll pass it on to a person more vulnerable than yourself. Then there is the fact that you never quite know if you will respond poorly to the illness or not. So, there is always some health risk there for you.