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Staying Active During Social Distancing
James Creed
Tuesday, March 17, 2020

March 16, 2020

Dear Nashoba Tech Community, 

As we continue to navigate COVID-19, your Athletic Department and Health Department have collaborated to offer workout plans to help keep you active in a safe and healthy way. Social distancing must be taken seriously, and we are encouraging you to stay away from the gym and other fitness facilities and instead exercise at home or outside taking the necessary precautions. 

Using the link below, you will find access to the following workouts and workout programs:

Nashoba Tech - At Home Workouts

  • 5-Week Bodyweight Workout Challenge

  • H.I.I.T. (High Intensity Interval Training) Workout

  • Walking to Running - 30 Day Plan

  • 5-Week Couch to 5K Training Plan

  • Individual Workout Challenges

  • Stretching and Flexibility 

  • Take a walk/run/hike/bike - our community is full of outdoor trails and nature areas, now is the time to enjoy them.

In addition to these suggestions, we encourage you to respect the social distancing recommendations of the CDC and other health experts. This means:

  • Do not have people over your house. This creates new links and possibilities for the type of transmission that school/work/public event closures are trying to prevent.

  • Do not share food or drinks.

  • Stay home as much as possible to reduce your risk of being exposed and prevent spread.

  • Wash your hands thoroughly after touching surfaces in public places and upon returning home from any public place. 

  • Carry hand sanitizer with you and use it regularly. 

  • Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes, etc. 

  • Clean and disinfect your home to remove germs: practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces (for example: cell phones, doorknobs, light switches, handles, toilets)

Additional Resources:

Stay well!