25 Mar Consistent Exercise and Corona Virus
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25 March 2020
Written By Rameshon
Bsc (Hons) Degree in Physical Education, Loughborough University (1992-1994)
Masters in Education (University of Western Australia, 2005-2008)
It is a good time to keep exercising, while one stays at home, One can go to a spaced-out area to exercise, like parks etc. One could go in the earlier part of the day to exercise where only a few people come to exercise, while others are asleep, as early as 4am or 5am.
By doing regular exercise, one gets to be healthy physically. In addition, by doing breathing technique, like doing simple belly breathing exercise, one will not only be bringing one’s vitality up but also to maintain one’s emotional stability.
If one stops to exercise, the muscles in the body will atrophy, one will lose muscle mass while aging or lose the muscular size. One becomes weak.
For the mind to be balanced, it is good for one to do meditation. A simple 10 to 20 min meditation will do, Meditation prevents overthinking, as one may be worried about diseases like corona virus etc.
Having said that, it is wise to every time keep the hand clean by washing the hand when the opportunity arises.
Rameshon has taught in Hwa Chong Institution, plus several schools, and Republic Polytechnic as well. He has won many accolades and he was awarded Merit Award for 1991 marathon performance in breaking the national record of Singapore, at that time. He has made 22 male athletes to do marathon in sub-3hrs. He has made 7 female runners to do sub-4 hours for marathon, as well. He was inducted to the ‘Roll of Honour’ by the then College of Physical Education, organised by Singapore Olympic Academy, in 1998, for breaking the National record repeatedly 4 times, till he did 2hr 24min 22sec).
He also has a Coaching group and he trains them on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7pm at Botanic Gardens. Those interested can call him at 91004369 for coaching assistance, to improve performance. There is also personal training that he does for many in a week. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.