Working out and not leaving your house could soon be the new normal as COVID-19 continues to cause impact.
As the nation goes into lockdown all gyms have been closed until further notice from the Australian Government.
Owner of Three Sons Fitness John Doyle said he planned on starting online work outs.
"We are trying to come up with contingency plans like online training, live feeds and/or posting up sessions," Mr Doyle said.
"But the hardest thing is all the kids I work with, whether in my programs or my clients kids, all the connections and relationships I have built with my clients, it sucks, I just hope and pray everybody can continue in some form of positive health and fitness activities whilst we all get through this hard time together.
"I hope the kids I've been working with can stay motivated enough to keep moving forward with positive and healthy behaviours! I'll be doing all I can to help people stay on track and to keep my business alive to be able to provide for my wife and the gym."
PCYC Queensland announced their plan which includes a free online fitness program.
"Our PCYC Queensland family is very important to us and we recognise that it is more important than ever to stay fit and connected to your community," a PCYC spokesperson said.
"To keep you motivated and enable you to continue to stay fit and healthy we will be launching Activ8@home this week. Activ8@ home is an online fitness program with optional nutrition plan."
"We recognise that many of our members may be facing financial hardship now and we are offering this service free of charge. If you are able to continue to support PCYC Queensland through the continued payment of your Gym+Fitness membership this will help to ensure that we continue to support as many Queenslanders as possible during these unprecedented times.
"Whilst we understand this will simply not be possible or many Queenslanders it would be greatly appreciated and will help us as a charitable organisation to continue deliver valuable services to the community in the future."
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