Tips to Avoid the virus at the Gym - VPA Australia

Enjoy free shipping on orders over $99

Time Until Next Dispatch order Before 4PM for same day dispatch

Your Cart is Empty

Tips to Avoid the virus at the Gym

March 09, 2020 1 min read

Tips to Avoid the virus at the Gym

Edit : 19/03/2020 this page was created as satire before the complete reality to Covid-19 was apparent. We did not mean to offend.

The coronavirus shouldn’t stop you from getting those gains! Here are a few quick tips on how to avoid it while at the gym.

Coronavirus prevention

Bring your own toilet paper

  • We all know that gyms are going to run out of dunny roll this flu season, so unless you want to get poop on your gym towel, then it’s essential to bring your own toilet paper.

Wear a face mask

  • If you can’t get your hands on a face mask, buy an altitude training mask. Not only will you sound and look like Darth Vader but you’ll also be protected from smelling the farts of your mates.

Avoid making out with other gym goers

  • This sounds tempting but is a definitely no-go during flu season especially with the coronavirus. The pash and dash is definitely only recommended during Summer months.

Don’t drink Corona during your gym session

  • This has nothing to do with Coronavirus, but it will make your gym sessions a bit fuzzy. You may seem funnier and have increased dancing ability but it’s probably not worth the injury risk. Try our BCAA 7000 instead as a delicious intra-workout drink. 😉

VPA Australia

VPA is Australia's leading supplement supplier. The highest quality 100% pure products sold at wholesale prices with FREE Shipping.

Also in Training

The 10 Secrets of Exercise Motivation-VPA Australia
The 10 Secrets of Exercise Motivation

October 30, 2020 4 min read

Motivations plays a big role in fitness success. Here are 10 tips to staying keen on exercise. Follow these simple steps to stick to your workout program.
Read More
Relative Energy Deficiency In Sport-VPA Australia
Relative Energy Deficiency In Sport

October 27, 2020 4 min read

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport, “RED-S” or simply “RED-S” is a clinically defined syndrome referring to the impairment of physiological function caused by a deficit in a person’s energy intake relative to the energy required to maintain optimal health, homeostasis, growth, the activities of daily living, and sport. What are the warning signs and who is at risk?
Read More
How do you know if you're ready to compete?-VPA Australia
How do you know if you're ready to compete?

August 13, 2020 2 min read

Read More

Get A Free Sample