As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the world, our Healthy Mummy health experts are urging mums who are currently on a weight loss kick NOT to panic.
You don’t have to change your healthy eating or exercise regime if you are on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge during this period of time. There are actually a heap of things you can do to keep yourself on track if you are self-isolating.
We spoke with our personal trainer Wendy Smith and nutritionist Cheree Sheldon to get their top tips on how to stay on top of things.
Wendy’s top tips to stay active and motivated if you’re self-isolating
Nothing has to change when it comes to being active, says Wendy. In fact, there are a heap of exercises you can do from the comfort of your own home!
“Unless you are feeling unwell, then should rest, but there’s no reason why you can’t keep up your activity levels,” says Wendy.
“Even if you feel cooped up inside. You’ll feel better once you have done some exercise and it’s also something to do to stop you feeling bored while you’re self-isolating.”
Wendy’s top home workout tips:
1. Don’t delay, work out first thing in the morning
If you want to stay disciplined, then get out of bed and workout straight away, advises Wendy.