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Scott Capelin | Reduce Stress using Exercise in Pandemic

Scott Capelin | Reduce Stress using Exercise in Pandemic

According to fitness trainer - Scott Capelin, unprecedented times of COVID-19 pandemic have got many grappling with uncertainties and fear as the effect of the pandemic’s reality begins to unfold.

Health is in shambles, business tumbles down, job loss, changes in routine, coupled with the lockdown measure that got many to be away from their loved ones. These and many more are what led to the heightened increase in symptoms of anxieties, depression, fears and many other mental problems.

Hence, we ask Scott Capelin, a health fitness expert to shed more light on how we can cope with COVID-19 pandemic stress using exercise.
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Scott Capelin

July 06, 2021
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  1. Exercise during COVID-19 Pandemic Scott Capelin

  2. Cope with COVID-19 Pandemic Stress using Exercise Scott Capelin, a

    health fitness expert and a booming entrepreneur shed more light on how we can cope with pandemic stress using exercise.
  3. Physical activity levels have changed but you shouldn’t be Ironically,

    studies have shown that exercise is the last thing many turns to during this pandemic period as compared to the sedentary lifestyle. Considering the conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and the stay-at-home order, maintaining consistent physical activity is more difficult than ever’ Scott Capelin says.
  4. Gyms might be closed but you can still get a

    good workout You can still get a good workout to keep your body and mental health in good shape. There are many aerobic activities that have proven to improve mood and reduce the symptoms of depression.
  5. Exercise still remains the key to coping with stress at

    this time
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