Whether your gym is closed or not, around the world is that we should all stay at home as much as possible, avoiding any unnecessary social interaction or travel during the coronavirus pandemic.
This has posed something of a challenge for gym fans — and specifically, those with a penchant for weightlifting.
While runners can still run, cyclists can still cycle, and yogis can still flow from their living rooms, when your preferred method of training is picking up and putting down really heavy things, working out while self-isolating is a little more difficult.
However, you don't need to fear losing all those hard-earned gains, as elite performance coach and human movement specialist Luke Worthington explained to Insider.
You won't suddenly lose all your muscle
If you've been working hard to build muscle and strength, you may be stressing out about not being able to go to the gym, but don't panic.
"Strength and aerobic conditioning are actually pretty resilient and they stay pretty consistent up till a four-week lay-off, after which we start to see a decline — so don't panic!" Worthington said.
"You can absolutely delay and then mitigate that decline by keeping going with your resistance work as much as possible."