Stay Active During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The American College of Sports Medicine in conjunction with Exercise is Medicine has provided information on how to stay active and healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Check out the article here.

“The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends 150-300 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity and 2 sessions per week of muscle strength training. Fit in 2, 5, 10 or 20 minutes, however and wherever you can. Every active minute counts!”

Here are some strategies to maintain physical activity and fitness:

1.  Dance to your favorite music

2.  Grab a soccer ball, football or Frisbee and play outdoors (if allowed in your community)

3.  Do Body Weight Exercises like Squats, Lunges, Push-ups and Planks

4.  Do an Exercise Video

5.  Practice Yoga at home

6.  Have your trusted Personal Trainer come to your home gym

Whatever you choose, the ACSM reminds you to “Stay Positive.  Stay Active. Be smart and safe.”

AFNA is aligned with the American College of Sports Medicine:

Along with your AFNA Diploma for Fitness and Nutrition Training, your program includes the ACSM Certified Personal Trainer Exam, the most prestigious and widely recognized personal trainer certification.Established in 1954, the American College of Sports Medicine is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. You will be learning from the same curriculum that is taught at over 90% of the nation’s university-level exercise science programs.

Stand apart at the top of your field with AFNA and the ACSM!

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