- Mar 20, 2015
Jog around your house
How is making things worse, to any degree, going to help us all beat this??A sizeable portion of the population is already exempt from the lockdown, after being classified as essential services - medical, army, police, supermarket workers, manufacturing, municipal services etc. You are allowed to travel to the shops for food or get medical attention. Transport operators will be allowed at certain times to ferry the essential workers. Add that all up and you have a sizeable portion of the population out of their homes.
A few minutes of exercise, whilst practising social distance will not make much of a difference to what is already a compromised lockdown.
It's not making things worse. The purpose of the lockdown is to enforce social distancing and stop the spread. Which you will still be practicing.How is making things worse, to any degree, going to help us all beat this??
Get a spinner and bitgym on a tablet! It will be as if you never left the road lol.As a runner who desperately wants to be able to run I just have to say no.
I think there is a big difference between running/walking in a township (50 000 people walking around in a tight space) and running/walking in a developed neighborhood (50 people walking at distance) but there has to be a rule for everyone that is the safest.
I think most running/walking groups agree with this
I have set up a gym at home and will be doing strength during this time (arg) hopefully be stronger by the end of it.
My biggest worry is the spike in population in 9 months time. Not joking. It happened in Haiti right after the 2010 quake. It'll likely happen here too.I wonder if all the people who are so vehemently "NO" on this issue have considered the psychological and sociological harm that is going to come from such a draconian lockdown.