Vin Abrenica is among the local celebrities who have been staying active despite not having access to the gym due to the enhanced community quarantine imposed in the whole of Luzon.
On Instagram, the actor shared videos of him working out at home using household items as substitute for his usual gym equipment, before encouraging his fans to "get creative" with their at-home workout during the lockdown period.
"Staying home is the best contribution we can make to beat COVID-19. So STAY HOME! Let's get creative and share what else we can do at home! Wishing everyone the best! We can fight this! Let's go mahal kong PILIPINAS," he added.
Since we are on lockdown and I'm used to working out in the gym and own no home equipment. I did a shoulder and chest superset and I improvised with things most of us have around the house. Staying home is the best contribution we can make to beat COVID-19. So STAY HOME! Let's get creative and share what else we can do at home! Wishing everyone the best! We can fight this! Let's go mahal kong PILIPINAS
Found another gem for added weight around the house, BIGAS! Used it to add more challenge to my leg and core day. With all the bad news going around, a little sunshine and fresh air helps a lot. Hope you're all doing well at home and being a good example to people you are with. #KapitlangPinas
The enhanced community quarantine is imposed in the whole of Luzon to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the country.
Other celebrities who have been sharing their workout routines at home during the lockdown include Ylona Garcia, Solenn Heussaff, and Lovi Poe.
Check them out below:
To my Postpartum peops, heres a quick workout you can do. Of course listen to your body and avoid certain movements if you feel pain ( ask your OB). Im C- Section 2 1/2 months postpartum. Have started walking uphill at 2 months 3 times a week, and now started slowly working out to regain muscle strength. Thank you @coachinigo for the LDR workout tips :) Exercise | Reps | Sets •Glute Bridges with Hip Abduction | 15-20 | 3 •Glute Bridged with Hip Adduction (use a ball or pillow and squeeze) | 15-20 | 3 •Wallsit with Dumbell lateral raises | 20 seconds | 2 •Wallsit with dumbell curls | 20 seconds | 2 •Banded Clams | 20-25 | 3 •Bodyweight squats (sumo stance) | 10-15 | 3 •Bird-dog (You could increase difficulty by holding a very light weight with your outstretched arm) | 20 seconds | 3 #HotSosFitnessClub #RoadToMe
Exercising is one of the best ways to combat the coronavirus disease as it boosts one's immune system, according to Philippine health officials.
The Philippines as of Thursday, March 26, confirmed 38 deaths and 26 patients who recovered out of its total 636 cases of the disease.