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What do professional athletes do during confinement?


At TransSport we bring you a selection of different athletes from different disciplines during confinement and their sports routines to keep fit.

It’s important to mention that confinement is caused by the state of alarm in Spain, which attempts to stop the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.

When it comes to exercising and staying fit for an athlete, there is no excuse that is worth it, especially if you earn a living doing sports, the most important thing is to stay in good shape.

How do athletes experience these difficult times for humanity and how do they train without their usual places to train and having to do it at home?


Can you imagine Daniel Ricciardo driving but without his car, or what is the route that Javier Gómez Noya does if he is in confinement.

Questions arise, and to answer them, many athletes have opened the doors of their homes to show to the world their exercise routines.

This is the case of F1 drivers who are practicing on very real simulators that allow them to get closer to the track and in turn compete with other of their discipline partners.

This is how Max Verstappen shows himself as a F1 driver for the Red Bull team, who spends his time training on a simulator at home.

Max published some fun pictures of him in the simulator so that we can appreciate that even the most renowned athletes stay at home.

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Una publicación compartida de Max Verstappen (@maxverstappen1) el

It is also the case of Javier Gómez Noya, a Spanish professional triathlete, seven-time world champion, who keeps in shape using the bicycle roller at home, a device that allows cyclists to keep in good shape.

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Javier posted on his instagram a video of him training on a roller where he invited the other athletes to stay home safe and responsible.

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In these tough days locked down at home, we have to be responsible for everyone’s safety. As for athletes, don’t stress and just focus on what you can do. I’m spending a lot of time on the trainer these days… So what about joining me for a ride on @gozwift on Monday 23rd at 9.00am CET? Link in bio to sign in. See you there! . . En estos días duros de confinamiento, debemos ser responsables por la seguridad de todos. En el caso de los atletas, no nos estresemos y centrémonos en lo que podemos hacer. En mi caso, paso muchas horas en el rodillo, así que qué os parece si quedamos en Zwift el lunes 23 a las 9.00am para rodar juntos? Pinchad en el link en bio y nos vemos allí! @iamspecialized_tri @roka @movistar_likes @123acorrer @226ers #yomequedoencasa #seguimosconectados

Una publicación compartida de Javier Gómez Noya (@jgomeznoya) el

Jan Frodeno shows us how the training is giving results and in turn created the #frodissimofriday initiative to invite users to pedal with him on Fridays through Zwift.

On the other hand, Jon Rahm, a Spanish golfer and considered to be one of the golfers with the greatest projection of his generation, shows his training at home.

Pablo Larrazábal golfer from Barcelona practices his shot at his home during confinement.

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I use the #chromesoftX #tripletrack + Stroke Lab 10 triple track by @odysseygolf = ? ? ? #istayhome #yomequedoencasa

Una publicación compartida de Pablo Larrazabal (@plarrazabal) el

Amateur golf players Carolina and Eugenio Chacarra do not waste time during this quarantine and prepare for their next sporting challenges.

Take advantage of these days of confinement to get in shape and plan your next sporting events, follow the example of these athletes and stay home.