As Covid-19 continues to spread, the Masters community have rallied together to support each other through this challenging time.

From messages of support, to home workouts and challenges, our community have taken to social media to share their advice for staying safe, active and positive.

We’ve collected some of our favourite examples…

Yessica Rauque – Home workouts

No gym? No problem.

Through her home workouts, Yessica is ensuring she stays fit and healthy all from the comfort of her own home.

If you’re looking for some inspiration to get to those feel-good endorphins flowing, you’ll definitely find it here. Her Instagram is full of great training tips and challenging exercise programmes.



Read: Resistance training at home for Masters


Lulu Alexandra – Positive Energy

Positivity is key to our wellbeing at this time, and Lulu Alexandra’s feed is packed full of it.

Home workouts, hilarious social media challenges, messages of support – it has it all.

Give her a follow if you’re in need of a pick-me-up.



James Barwick – Reminisce about the good times

 Swimmer James Barwick has been using his free time to reminisce on his favourite Masters memories.

It’s easy to get caught up in the negativity of the current situation. Remembering the good times you’ve had playing your sport and with your friends is a great way to keep your spirits high and motivate yourself for what’s to come.



Dexter Yeats – Home workouts

There’s no stopping this World Champion Triathlete!

Riding over 40 miles and climbing more than 4000 feet in a day, Dexter Yeats is going above and beyond to ensure she stays fit and healthy during this difficult time.

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Helena Dinnissen – Entertaining your kids

How do you juggle training as the W35 World Number 1 Heptathlete and being mum to 3 kids during a time like this?

New Zealand’s Fastest Mum shares her tips and tricks for keeping yourself (and your kids!) active during isolation.

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How are you keeping fit and staying positive during isolation?

We’d love for you to share your methods with the Masters community on social media.

Use the hashtag #masterstogether and tag @imgamasters or share your stories on our International Masters Athletes Facebook Group. 

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