Updated: Jun 23
By Carolyn Phoo Ngon
For those seeking a useful way to spend their time during social distancing. Social distancing involves a LOT of time spent at home. I'm willing to bet that you're spending a lot of time sitting on your couch as well. With gyms and virtually everything else closed as COVID-19 continues to disrupt the status quo, it's never been more important to stay active.
But when is the best time to get your workout in? It's definitely hard to get motivated to work out right now when all of our days are blending together and we're seemingly starting to melt into our couches.
So, even if setting up your own home gym isn't on the agenda, there are still a ton of options when it comes to working out at home. Workout studios around the country are turning to platforms like Instagram to livestream classes. Here are no-fee workout classes you can try straight from your living room. The team at Pun Hlaing Estate has created a lot of engaging activities are engaging to keep you busy all day long. Find out more here.
Barry's Bootcamp is offering a 20-minute, equipment-free version of their boutique fitness classes through Instagram. Twice a day, different Barry's instructors are going live via the Barry's Bootcamp Instagram page to help you get a quick workout in.
Like Barry's, Rumble is offering a truncated version of their celeb-loved boxing class on their Instagram. The workouts require no equipment and instead combine body weight workouts and shadow boxing for a powerful though quick, at only 30 minutes HIIT workout.
Get in a morning meditation sesh or relax with an afternoon flow with CorePower Yoga On Demand. Both members and non-members can choose from a variety of yoga and meditation classes on their website, all of which are usually only open to members. Classes range from one to sixty minutes in length.
Get your dance on with 305 Fitness' twice daily dance parties, I mean classes. Every day at 12 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET on their YouTube channel, you can dance along with founder Sadie Kurzban during a 45-minute class.
The golf estate will continue to provide best possible service during these unprecedented and uncertain times, while keeping our Residents’ convenience and health in mind.
Should you require any assistance we have our contact line at 1461 (from landlines within the Estate) or 09 955400911.
Should you require any medical information contact Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital hotline at 01 3684323.