Coronavirus and working out

Yes! We have all heard coronavirus (COVID-19) has reached our Twin Isle Republic. It's spreading, and will continue to spread throughout the islands, if we don't take proper precautions.

An avid gym-goer, might think: "should I continue going to the gym?"

It's my understanding that the elderly and those with underlying medical

issues/compromised immune systems are at the greatest risk. That doesn't mean that younger health persons can't infect others. #flattenthecurve

Let's be responsible, keep it clean and simple.


This maybe the perfect time to workout at home using Youtube 30 minute workouts

or even to try a basic bodyweight workout at home. Working out at home can compliment your efforts in the gym as well and you don't necessarily need large gym machines.


Time to hit the Road- Running, Jogging or Walking are all great alternatives.

Just remember, wash your hands before and after.


You can keep others safe by doing the right thing and self-isolating yourself if you detect any symptoms of the virus and contact your closest health facility.


The South West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) has set up a special telephone hotline for citizens with queries about how to manage themselves, given that this country has its first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.


Anyone with questions or concerns can contact the SWRHA, toll free, at 87-SWRHA, OR 877-9742. Citizens also are invited to contact the health authority via email, at customerservice@swrha.co.tt and to follow all updates from the SWRHA via its social media platforms on Facebook and Instagram.


Today, make a #change. We all have busy lifestyles but let's get #active, stay #active, so we can enjoy the life we have worked so hard to perfect.


...till next week..."Keep #rocking it because WE ARE #AWESOME"!

DHL Shipping

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