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You wouldn’t believe celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels was going to stop people from going to their newly opened gyms. But Michaels tells Fox News that she developed COVID-19 from a short period of time letting go of her guard and warning people not to exercise in fitness facilities.
“I haven’t even spoken about it publicly, and a really close friend of mine gave me COVID a few weeks ago,” Michaels said. “I’m fortunate that I got healthy and was able to get involved with it.” The other side is pretty quick. But not everyone is as lucky as we know. “
Michaels admits she is not a doctor, but urges people at high risk of getting seriously ill to think twice before going to a gym.
“If you are afraid of COVID, you shouldn’t go to the gym,” she said. “I’d like to tell you that it doesn’t, but the reality is that I literally let go of my guard for an hour. Little did I know I had it for six days. My girlfriend had no idea that she was it had.”
We already know that the novel coronavirus spreads more easily in confined spaces such as gyms and restaurants. Experts therefore say that working outdoors is the safest Runner world. Working out in a gym is one of the riskiest things to do during the pandemic, according to the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services. Of course, if you wear a mask and keep a distance of two meters, the chances of getting sick will decrease.
If you want to play it safe, there are plenty of free workouts at home that don’t require dumbbells or pull-up bars – as Jillian points out.
“You don’t need this equipment to exercise at home,” she said. “You have your own body weight and literally can use it in a million ways to get a superior workout.”
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