As the weeks have progressed things have gotten more and more serious regarding Coronavirus and at the end of last week schools, nurseries and public places closed their doors for the foreseeable future.
This is having a varying impact on different groups people, such as business owners and their employees, working families who have to balance their day jobs with look after young children and vulnerable people who are recommended to spend the next 12 weeks in isolation.
I’m not entirely sure how this will affect my business. Only time will tell, although I consider myself very lucky to have made the move from face to face fitness training to online training because it means I can continue to help people across the globe.
I’ve thought long and hard about how best to help and support those who’ll be spending the next few months in isolation. Since all of this has unfolded I’ve had many people thank me for my programmes and mention how perfect the timing is now they’ve started and how it’s not only given them something to focus on, but also how it’s “bringing back joy into my life” – to quote a recent message I received.
I’m very aware that many of my followers find it difficult to allocate what little financial resources they do have to a programme like mine, and since my daughter’s nursery has closed I don’t have any spare time to offer free live exercises classes so here’s what I’m going to do…