It’s especially important to exercise now
Home isolation might be a fact of life for many of us at the moment, and even if you’re not in isolation, chances are your sport has been cancelled, your competitions postponed, or your gym or public pool temporarily closed. However, just because you might be staying at home doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising.
You’ve heard for years that exercise is good for you, and you probably know that you need to be physically active. But did you know that being sedentary is linked to some significant health risks, while exercising will not only improve your physical fitness and muscle function, but will also protect you from a wide range of undesirable health conditions? Here are just some of the conditions and diseases that exercise can help prevent.