Gyms, personal trainers and fitness groups are turning to online sources to connect to people who want to keep fit while confined to their home.
Many of the gyms have already seen people suspend or cancel memberships and while some are running members-only programs there are also online videos that anyone in the community can watch and use.
F45 Training Orange manager and head trainer Sam Powell said he and three other trainers were filming exercises that members and the wider community could do without equipment.
He said F45 was going to bring out a home workout anyway but the restrictions introduced due to the coronavirus pushed their plans forward.
"The workouts are changed daily to keep things varied and fresh," he said.
The workouts are accessed by an F45 app or through the F45 site and Mr Powell said there would also be live workouts where users could log in to a session and "sweat it out as a community".
"We can have about 60 people across Orange cranking it up in their living rooms, which is pretty heart warming," Mr Powell said.
He said F45 would also provide yoga, mobility, and flexibility sessions and people just needed enough space to do a burpee.
For now the gym is still conducting outdoor group sessions that follow the federal government's guidelines of not having more than 10 people in one place, with a five metre space rule.
We can have about 60 people across Orange cranking it up in their living rooms, which is pretty heart warming.F45 Training Orange manager Sam Powell
Spinnin' Pole Studio will also run an online program through Zoom and owner Emma Sawyers said people did not need to have a pole at home to take part.
"Everyone can be involved in strength and flexibility and anything unique to the pole world, breaking down basic floor work and [acrobatic] movements," she said.
"It is to stay fit but the main thing is to stay connected.
"It's not for making money, there's lots of fitness things out there but its to keep connected and keep the pole community going."
She said she also hopes to do routines with people who do have a pole at home.
Tough Love Personal Training owner Sally Wright is also running online classes from a boot camp to a more relaxed yoga style.
"I started on Monday, I just started one a day from then," Mrs Wright said.
"It's been good it's been fun."
However, she is going to move to a class timetable like she had at her studio except participants will join in through Zoom.
"It will all be bodyweight exercises," Mrs Wright said.
"People have been doing online PT classes for a few years now so I had definitely considered it and it's a lot better than I thought it would be.
"You can see everyone on their little screen working out."
She said participants had no excuses not to do it.
"You don't have to leave the house," she said.
Among the gyms also going online are Fitness Perfection is also urging members to seek personal training from staff following the gym closure and is posting a daily workout to a members Facebook group.
One Strength is also going online with three programs tailored at members' exercise interests.
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