Fit for Any Circumstance

We all have our own Goliath to take down. What matters isn't how fast we do it, but that we push ourselves harder than the day before. Whether at home during the pandemic or in the gym, physical and mental fitness can go with you anywhere. Come on in to find out how!

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Mental Health

COVID-19 and quarantine has been a difficult time for some, and has affected the mental health of many people. From living a normal everyday life to being stuck at home, the pandemic has taken a toll on the well being of many.

Ways to Cope

Coping with quarantine can range from exercising in your living room, exercising in the park, or at the gym. The choices are within your reach!

Our Mission

Provide individuals with positive and progressive coping mechanism for quarantine. 

Resources Used

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American Heart Association 

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Bozdağ, F. (2021). The psychological effects of staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journal of General Psychology, 148(3), 226-248.  doi:10.1080/00221309.2020.1867494

Janssen, A., Leahy, A. A., Diallo, T. M. O., Smith, J. J., Kennedy, S. G., Eather, N., Mavilidi, M. F., Wagemakers, A., Babic, M. J., & Lubans, D. R. (2020). Cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular fitness and mental health in older adolescents: A multi-level cross-sectional analysis. Preventive Medicine132, 105985.

Marchi, J., Johansson, N., Sarkadi, A., & Warner, G. (2021). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and societal infection control measures on children and adolescents' mental health: A scoping review. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 711791. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2021.711791

Mayo Clinic (Covid-19 and Mental Health)

 Mayo Clinic (Depression and Anxiety)

Narici, M., Vito, G., Franchi, M., Paoli, A., Moro, T., Marcolin, G., Grassi, B, Baldassarre, G., Zuccarelli, L., Biolo, G., Girolamo, F., Fiotti, N., Dela, F., Greenhaff, P., & Maganaris, C. (2020). Impact of sedentarism due to the COVID-19 home confinement on neuromuscular, cardiovascular and metabolic health: Physiological and pathophysiological implications and recommendations for physical and nutritional countermeasures. European Journal of Sports Science, 21(4), 614-635.

Wipfli, B., Landers, D., Nagoshi, C., & Ringenbach, S. (2011). An examination of serotonin and psychological variables in the relationship between exercise and mental health: Serotonin, exercise, and mental health. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 21(3), 474-481. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0838.2009.01049.x

Yela, J. R., Crego, A., Gómez‐Martínez, M. Á, & Jiménez, L. (2020). Self‐compassion, meaning in life, and experiential avoidance explain the relationship between meditation and positive mental health outcomes. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 76(9), 1631-1652. doi:10.1002/jclp.22932