Summary of restrictions
From 11:59pm on Thursday 24 June 2021, if you live in metropolitan Melbourne:
- Community sport can continue for all ages, both training and competition.
- Spectators are allowed but venue and density limits must be followed.
- You must check in at all recreation venues using the through the Service Victoria app, regardless of the duration of your visit.
- Indoor physical recreation can continue, with class sizes of up to 50 per class (not including trainers).
- A limit of 300 people per indoor space and 1,000 people per outdoor space applies. A density requirement of 1 person per 4sqm applies for non-seated spaces. Seated spaces may be filled to 75% capacity. Group sizes limited to 50 participants (not including trainers).
- Group size and density limits do not apply for swimming lessons.
- Equipment must be cleaned between uses.
- You must wear a face mask when
There are many reasons you may want to avoid the gym. With the recent coronavirus pandemic, many people are concerned about going to the gym, while others simply want to maintain an exercise regime while they may have limited ability to travel outside their homes.
What’s more difficult is figuring out what to do. How do you set up an effective home workout? What do you do if you don’t have much equipment or space? The following series takes you through a variety of choices for exercising at home, whether you have nothing but your own body and a pair of shoes or a workout room tricked out with every piece of equipment imaginable.
Body Weight Exercise
The simplest way to work out at home is to use your own body. There are a variety of effective body weight exercises that can help you build strength,
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