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37: The Physical Distancing Episode

Mar 24, 2020

In the midst of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to care about your health. Even during distancing, working on the Core 4 can help keep up your immunity and resiliency. Dr. Troy Madsen, Scot, and Mitch share their strategies for staying fit and healthy while working from home and physically distancing.

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Keeping Yourself Healthy During COVID-19

In this week's special episode, the Who Cares Guys are doing their part in flattening the curve by recording remotely and practicing physical distancing.

It's important during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic to change your usual behaviors to limit the spread of the disease. Even young healthy individuals can be carriers for the disease without showing any signs.

"Don't be a vector," says Scot. He urges listeners to think of others when they think of their hygiene. It's important to be diligent during this time not just so you don't get sick, but to ensure the health of your family, friends, and the community around you.

That being said, the relatively sudden shift to working from home and physically distancing has been rough for a lot of us. Troy, Scot, and Mitch have all been adjusting in their own way and have been trying different strategies to adjust to the new normal under COVID-19.

Maintaining your health during this time is crucial, regardless of your age or gender. Maintaining and improving your healthy habits can bolster your resiliency and keep your immunity up. It's important now, more than ever, to focus on the Core 4.

The Who Cares Guys share the strategies they're using to keep up their activity levels while distancing and eating well when stuck at home. They also discuss what they're doing to keep their stress levels down and keep up a decent sleep schedule during this time.

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