Women's Fitness

STAY FIT AFTER LOCKDOWN

When lockdown began, few of us expected it to be a positive experience, but being furloughed or working from home gave many of us more time for working out. Indeed, research shows not only were two-thirds of Brits embracing exercise, 42 per cent of us were training even more than before. Not only that, we were trying out new types of exercise and falling in love with activities we would not otherwise have tried, such as running.

If you’ve been training more, you may be wondering how best to plan your workout routines now that restrictions have eased and we’re getting back into our normal routines. Should you go back to the gym? What’s the best way to fit in exercise now you’re back at work? Is it OK to keep training every day? Whether you’ve taken up a new sport, discovered the benefits of online training or simply want to maintain the fitness routine you found during lockdown, we asked the experts how to make the most of the momentum we gathered when we were stuck at home.

Q ‘I got into a habit of exercising every day during lockdown, but now

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