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Staying active and safe while venturing outdoors

If there is one positive of this unfortunate pandemic, it is that we all have more time to be more physically active. Although COVID-19 has forced many of us to stay home and socially distance ourselves from others, you can still spend time outdoors as long as you’re safe while you’re out.

Here are a few suggestions for being more active outside and connecting with nature, while still distancing yourself to stop the spread.

Walk, jog, run or bike

Woman running with her dog.

Exercise alone or with your dog or family members, but be sure to maintain at least a six-foot distance between others you encounter.

Go for a nature hike in a county or state park

Pair of legs walking on a trail in nature towards the light

Be sure to check local guidelines as they may be closed or prohibiting the number of people allowed in to maintain social distancing.

Take your workout app or equipment outside

African American senior woman (60s) exercising outdoors, taking pulse.

Soak up the sun and enjoy the fresh air.

Do yoga in the backyard

Super mom bonding with her child while doing yoga

You can also do simple breathing techniques. Close your eyes and listen to the birds, feel the wind on your face and be more aware of your surroundings.

Grill out your favorite healthy meals

Labrador dog looks interested at food on barbecue.

It’s another great way to get outdoors.

Learn something you have never done before

Cropped shot of a young family putting up a tent together

Try fishing or pitching a tent.

Outdoor scavenger hunt or Easter egg hunt

Serbia, Easter, Child, Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Egg, Sunrise, Girls

Limit the participants to your immediate family or 10 people or fewer.

Chalk your walk

Young girl sitting barefoot in driveway of home drawing with sidewalk chalk

Write positive messages on your driveway or sidewalks so that people walking around your neighborhood can feel your good vibes!

Play backyard games

Grandmother and grandson playing corn hole game in a backyard.

You can play basketball, football, soccer, badminton, croquet, lawn darts, bocce ball or ladder golf without having to leave the yard.

For more valuable advice on staying well throughout the pandemic, and to stay connected to others, we encourage you to join the QuadMed Well-being Facebook group or subscribe to the QuadMed YouTube channel, where you can find exercise videos and more to keep you active, healthy and engaged.

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