Quarantine Crusher: Move

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Get moving, inspire others, and stay connected during social distancing with Eagle Nation by your side as part of Team RWB’s Quarantine Crusher Challenge. Remember, this is a marathon, not a sprint. Our goal is to come out of this better than when we started, together. You might be isolated, but you’re not alone. If you’re looking to get moving, check out these resources:


Regular physical activity is important and helps you stay healthy. Not only does it help reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, but it also boosts the immune system. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends 150-300 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity and 2 sessions per week of muscle strength training. Fit in 2, 5, 10 or 20 minutes, however and wherever you can. If you need some ideas on exercise, we’ve got you covered on the Team RWB App. However you decide to move, know we’re right beside you. Fit it in your workouts wherever you can and then check-in to let us know you’ve crushed your quarantine. 



Whether your movement for today looks like a lunch time walk, some time in the garden, or tackling one of our workouts in the Team RWB app, set a goal to incorporate daily movement and check-in to the Quarantine Crusher event to let us know you got moving today!

Comments on Quarantine Crusher: Move

  • Heather Everett

    I got it longest walk/jog getting 3.8 miles in 🙂

    • Rachel Langer

      you rock Heather!

  • Bill Renninger

    Performed (12) muscle activation exercises, walked (4) miles and performed (12) resistance band exercises.

  • Angie

    I ran a 5k today!

  • Dirk

    when I was in the Marines, being part of the run for lunch bunch wasn’t a good thing. Now it is something I look forward to. I’m working myself up to a 5k a day.

  • Bruce B Bowman

    Rode 14 miles (1 hour) this morning on my bike, then an hour of Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi with Ryan Lee at Balance247.com. He has a live UTube broadcast every Monday morning at 10 a.m. PDT. There are previous episodes on his website and are very basic instructionals.