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Stay Fit In Lockdown By Playing The Gladys Press Conference Bingo Game

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Stay Fit In Lockdown By Playing The Gladys Press Conference Bingo Game

People looking for daily motivation to stay fit and healthy during Sydney's lockdown have a new game to play.

Every morning at 11am, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian fronts the media alongside Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant and more recently NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Worboys.

They give an update on the daily case numbers and potential deaths, warnings about people breaking the rules and any other tidbits of information related to the pandemic.

People under lockdown in NSW tune into the press conference every day and they wouldn't be alone in thinking they've heard the same thing again and again.

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One reason is because the messages of 'stay at home' and 'get vaccinated' are bloody important and need to be said.

But some crafty person has decided to turn these repeated lines into a fun fitness bingo game.

Credit: Facebook
Credit: Facebook

There's a range of exercises like burpees, pushups, star jumps, high knees, sit ups, squats, crunches and pushup burpees.

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Whether Gladys says something like 'please know' or 'I can't stress this enough', you have to get on the ground and perform the move.

You're allowed to take a break only when there is a change in who is speaking, and whenever a reporter asks a question you have to drop down and hold a plank.

The workout dropped on social media this week and people have gone wild for it.

One person wrote on Facebook: "If the whole state followed this everyday, by the time we are out of lockdown we're be a state full of super fit citizens ready to tear down the internal borders and reclaim the whole country for ourselves."

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Another aded: "I think this workout would kill most people."

New South Wales recorded 390 new cases of coronavirus today (August 13), which is a worrying development considering how long Greater Sydney has been in lockdown for.

However, it's clear people are coming forward after the state recorded a whopping 127,988 tests yesterday.

Despite the majority of people in the capital city adhering to the rules, the daily case numbers don't seem to be dropping.

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There are 391 people in hospital receiving treatment for coronavirus and 63 are in ICU.

Featured Image Credit: Sky News

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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