With every single day passing by in lockdown, we can feel a little bit of fat accumulating on our bellies, thighs and everywhere else in general.
If you haven’t been working out regularly while in self-quarantine, you will be in for a surprise once you go back to the gym and fire up that treadmill or start running on the tracks.
A drop in stamina, strength and agility are common outcomes of lack of physical activity, especially for this long, and it will take due course of time to get back to the fitness level you were once at.
Luckily, we had the Indian hockey team’s PR Sreejesh and Harmanpreet Singh with us to share their expert advice on how to avoid a big tummy by the time the fields are safe to play and the gyms are open again.
“It is very important to take care of general fitness during the lockdown and work on your entire body, not just your stomach. Fitness drills and bodyweight exercises like push-ups, sit-ups and spot running with a band are great and highly effective for workouts at home,” says Sreejesh, the Indian goalkeeper.