The start of a new year is always a good time to begin a new lifestyle change, e.g. Try out a new diet, change your home decor, or finally work on that summer body you’ve always wanted. The problem is that we are living in a pandemic. Going to the gym with a mask on is something you may not want to do, but luckily there are many other ways you can achieve your fitness goals without being surrounded by others.
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Get some good shoes, crawl out of your hole, and start exploring. Hiking in local locations like Panorama Park, Hart Park, Kern River Canyon, Wind Wolves Preserve, or the Isabella Peak Trail is a great way to get some fresh air and exercise without feeling like you’re exercising .
Don’t have time to hike? There are several parks to go to in Bakersfield. Park on River Walk, Hart Park, Central Park on Mill Creek, Polo Park, Jastro Park, and Beale Park are some popular areas to check out whether you’re running, walking, biking, or yoga want to do.
A woman is exercising en route on Panorama Bluffs.
If you are bored from working out at the gym or can’t stand a run, try dancing into a healthy lifestyle. There are dance programs like Zumba that combine Latin, international, and salsa music. Zumba is great for all ages, it’s easy to do at home, and it makes you come back for more as time goes by quickly while you’re having fun.
Thanks to the YouTube gods and YouTubbers who publish their content for free, people can exercise in the comfort of their own room. People want to look and feel good, but for some, the gym is not for them. We scoured YouTube to find a list of channels that offer full workout. So sit back and work up a sweat.
- Chloe Ting
- POPSUGAR fitness
- Yoga with Adriene
- Kayla Itsines
- Tone It Up