In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis and as responsible citizens staying at home, it will be necessary to be creative when on Thursday 19th March, Father’s Day, we have to offer something to our dear Father. Since offering nothing seems bad but, at the same time, we cannot simply go to the mall, we will have to do something with what we have inside doors.
So we decided to do the research for you and give you some DIY ideas so you can surprise your dad.
Weekly workout plan to do at home
At this stage, perhaps a little more sedentary than usual, it is important to create the rule of continuing to practice some physical activity, even at home. As much for our mental health as for our physical condition, 15 minutes a day and a corner of the house is enough to make all the difference.
If your dad doesn’t have any training accessories, don’t worry, there are lots of exercises where you only need body weight! If you want to include suggestions for accessories, but do not have them, there are “homemade” alternatives: you can, for example, use a bottle filled with water as a weight, or make a pile of books to use as a step.
The Nike Training Club app, which you can download for free on your phone, has lots of training options: by duration, by area to work, by material, etc.
Knowing your father and realistically knowing the number of times he will train in a week, download and print daily plans, so he already knows what exercises to do. Who knows, maybe join him and train together!
List of things to repair at home
This suggestion may be very pleasing to your mother, more likely your mother more than your father! How about preparing for Father’s Day a list of things to fix at home, so your dad can keep himself busy?
There are always a thousand things to repair in a house, but it is always that kind of task that is always left for later. I think this is the ideal time to catch up on these tasks!
During this phase, many companies choose to introduce teleworking. In this way, they are able to keep their workers safe at home, while keeping them active and working.
We then suggest that you offer on Father’s Day a music playlist for the various stages of his day: to work, to train and to relax. You can choose to create a playlist on Spotify, Apple Music or YouTube. If your father is one of the most old-fashioned, there is still the option to download the music and record it on a CD.
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