Photo Set: We can still go outside! Get your steps and burn on

At least we are not stuck inside during the wintry depths of February.

While we’ve been told to limit travel to essential trips, that does not mean we cannot exercise and get fresh air for our physical and mental health. 

Louisville residents are getting out to walk, jog and cycle while practicing social distancing, which has been made easier in Cherokee Park because vehicles are now banned from the Scenic Loop, making it safer for you to spread out. 

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And with the gyms now closed, many are even strength training in the parks.

Take a look. •

Phoebe Bartlett does resistance training in Cherokee Park with fitness trainer Kristin Padilla.
A cyclist takes a break in Cherokee Park.
Kaela Dickerman practices soccer drills in Seneca Park.
Cyclists ride around the loop in Seneca Park.
Louisvillians now have more room to social distance in Cherokee Park with the addition of barricades to keep cars out.
Golfers play a game in Cherokee Park.

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