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Guest Post – How to Stay Healthy and Fit at Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak

It's Very Important to Keep Your Exercise Routine and Diet on Track in an Age of Uncertainty.

The new normal we’ve had to adjust to during the pandemic has created a sense of stress and uncertainty. Among other things, the COVID-19 outbreak has likely disrupted your ability to stay in shape at the gym. However, there are many ways you can stay fit and promote wellness even as you spend more time at home during this time.

How to Exercise in the Comfort of Your Home

You may not be able to return to your gym yet, but there are countless home exercises that can keep your fit.

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How to Clean, Store, and Organize Your Home Gym

How you want to design your home gym is up to you. Carefully consider where to put your gym and the equipment you’ll need.

How to Clean Home Gym Equipment to Prevent Germs

The Best Workout Equipment for a Small Apartment If Your Exercise Space Is Super Limited

6 DIY Projects to Organize Your Fitness Equipment at Home

Maintaining a Healthy Diet at Home

Eating nutritiously is an important part of staying fit. Fortunately, you can still prepare healthy meals during the pandemic.

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5 Things Supermarkets Want You to Know During the COVID-19 Outbreak

10 Healthy Pantry Essentials You Should Always Have on Hand

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The Self-Quarantiner’s Guide to Eating Well(ish)

You don’t need a gym to stay healthy or maintain your fitness. With these ideas, you can get a great workout at home. As an added benefit, eating well and staying active at home will help boost your immune system and your mood while you’re stuck inside.

Author:

Stephanie Haywood
mylifeboost.com

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Posted by Professor Pete Alexander

A seasoned professional with over 30 years of Sales and Marketing experience, Pete has battled the negative effects of stress head-on and has developed the LIGHTEN™ stress relief model that motivates his peers to take action and overcome their self-imposed barriers to success using clever yet simple tools and techniques.

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