Updated Article—What We Know About Returning to Exercise After COVID-19

Since the original publication of the article, What We Know About Returning to Exercise After COVID-19, new guidelines have been released with regards to safely returning to exercise after recovering from COVID-19.

Kayla @ Fitness Blender, our amazingly talented Doctor of Physical Therapy, walks through the new guidelines in our updated article. The basics include:

➣ During the first few days of being symptom-free, practice small modifications in your daily activities that help reintroduce movement (like carrying a load of laundry up the stairs).
➣ Refrain from exercise until you are symptom-free for at least seven days and then gradually follow four phases (see full article).
➣ You should remain in each phase for at least seven days and only progress once the activity load becomes easy.

*As a reminder about each of our Expert articles, the information provided is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.

We hope that you are all staying safe and healthy, Fitness Blender family!

P.S. If you’re an FB Plus member, we also published, Understanding the Vestibular System: Vestibular Rehabilitation, Function, and Exercises, this week.