The ability to train has been severly curtailed. And many would ask, with a global pandemic and the potential for 100,000 to 1 million dying in U.S., should it be a priority?
The truth is this. Exercise gives you sanity, a mental break and continues your fitness. I am doing my best to walk 3 miles along the Rock River, practicing physcal social distancing.
This is Canadian athlete Andre De Grasse’s daily regimin. We wish the WC and Olympic medalist the very best of luck….
BRADENTON (USA): Canadian sprinter Andre de Grasse, who is currently residing in Florida, has talked of the difficulty of staying in shape during lockdown, informs CBC. “It [training] doesn’t really consist of much because of the quarantine, basically just doing a lot of core, push ups, sit ups, pull ups, those type of things. Of course I can go for a little jog around my block, so I usually try to jog to the mailbox, jog back, stuff like that. It’s pretty tough, but I try to stay somewhat in shape. I think everyone is in the same position, so you try to do what you can,” he said