American Heart Association
As people are advised to stay home and as the list of gathering places being closed to limit the spread of the coronavirus grows, people might find themselves shut out of their gym, or choose not to go. But that doesn't mean they should give up on the idea of fitness entirely, trainers say. And people who do find places to work out in the weeks ahead will want to be aware that gyms can be germy – and they should take steps to protect themselves. … If you can't get to the gym, you shouldn't give up on your workout, Zinder said. It's easy to find a way to work out at home. The outdoors, as long as you maintain the recommended social distance from others, can be a place to walk, jog and bicycle. "The only limiting factor in working out at home is creativity," he said. "And these days, you don't even have to be creative. You just have to have an internet connection. Because there are so many videos and so many programs that you can download."