Confined due to coronavirus, the planet must change its daily habits for a few weeks. Gone are the outings and shopping sessions, it's time for reading, cooking and other activities to do at home.
These restrictions do not prevent physical activity at home.
In a closed and finite world as the ancient philosophers could conceive, and in particular Aristotle, physical and intellectual perfection is synonymous with correspondence with nature and its order.
Thus, physical exercise that allows you to be in good shape and good health is fully recommended, but with a certain weighting relative to the natural limits. Physical activity must respond to a balance and “must not be practiced to the detriment of other disciplines.
Physical exercise, as the ancients advocated, should above all allow a moral elevation beneficial to the city. And in this sense, doing sport in moderation, as we are forced to do in this period, also allows us to be more virtuous for society.
In short, confinement is an opportunity to practice sport differently.