top of page
  • Lucas Vermot-Desroches

How Training can Increase your Immune System During COVID-19 Pandemic?

Fitness training is as essential for you as eating food on daily basis. No one can ignore the importance of this training, especially during COVID-19. Older people are more vulnerable to every disease because of their weaker immune system but it does not mean the younger are safe. They should also pay proper attention to the strength of their immune system.

Moderate-intensity physical activity is related to better immune function, lower levels of hysteria, and perceived stress. Here are five ways to urge more physical activity in your day:

Keep moving:

There should be around 150-300 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity, and a couple of sessions per week of muscle strength training. Fit in 2, 5, 10, or 20 minutes, however, and wherever you'll. Every active minute counts!

Yoga / Stretching :

Deep breathing and mindfulness also can reduce anxiety. Avoid crowded spaces and maintain physical distancing of a minimum of 6 feet and make certain to scrub your hands once you get home. Yoga or stretching is always a helpful technique for getting your immune system strong. Start it today!

Indoor activities:

You can walk around the house or up and down on the stairs for 10-15 minutes, 2 or 3 times per day with the music on. Dance to your favorite music, jump rope, do an exercise video or a live or recorded exercise class, or use home cardio machines.

Outdoor activities:

Walk or jog around your neighborhood, spend time in nature, choose a cycle ride, garden, or do yard work, or play active games together with your family. Staying physically active outdoors is one of the simplest ways to stay your mind and body healthy.

In many areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces to alleviate stress, get some fresh air and vitamin D, stay active, and safely connect with others. Visit parks that are on the brink of your home, prepare before you visit, occupy at least 6 feet faraway from others don’t use playgrounds, and wash your hands once you get home.

Muscle strength training:

You can download a workout app for strengthening your immune system on your smartphone, like the 7-minute workout (no equipment necessary, Android, iOS). You can also do a strength training video or recorded/online exercise class from a trainer. Find ways to try to do simple muscle strengthening exercises around your houses such as Squats or sit-to-stands from a sturdy chair, Push-ups against a wall, the kitchen counter, or the ground.

Try lunges or single-leg step-ups on stairs. If watching TV, rise up periodically and do a lap around your home or complete a lively chore-like throwing clothes within the laundry, doing the dishes, or removing the rubbish. Feel productive after only one show!

It’s never too late for anything!

Most of the time, you think that it’s too late to start anything but it’s not. If you haven’t done anything for strengthening your immune system then you can start now.

You can hire me, as a personal fitness trainer who can help you in strengthening your immune system.

I will be happy to help you personally being fit and boosting your immunity.

You will be safe as i always take careful precautions, such as mask, disinfection, etc...

The facilities i will train you are very clean and safe, and also since the beginning of the pandemic, no infection was recorded to that day today

During the COVID-19 situation, you can also take virtual classes with me if you prefer or i can train you safely at home!

Stay safe


Lucas Vermot-Desroches

31 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

5 benefits of Maca to improve your health 200%!

Maca is a root vegetable that is native to the Andes Mountains in South America. It has been used for thousands of years by the indigenous people of the region for its numerous health benefits and as


bottom of page