Cubs: Five things to do without baseball; Coronavirus edition

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Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Chicago Cubs: Nobody goes first to home like KB

Forget those Peleton commercials that have been inundating your screens on every channel, video, and a website you go to. A regular bike works just fine if you live in an area where you can safely ride around. Go for a walk outside and get some Vitamin D and fresh air- they’re usually good for keeping healthy and fighting off sickness in general, so that could be an added benefit as well.

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If you’re not so much of a cardio fan, go set up your home gym in the basement and get to pumping that iron. Go dust off those free weights you’ve put in a closet somewhere. You may never look like Aaron Judge or even Kris Bryant, but working out will make you feel better and get you ready for the months of sitting in your recliner and curling a PBR or Old Style as your only source of exercise.

Find a tree to cut down, chop some wood, and trim some bushes. Getting out and doing some work around the house will keep you busy, get you moving, and make you feel better about neglecting all of your duties once baseball is back in full swing.

If there’s any sport that usurps all of your time and makes it difficult for you to do yardwork or easy household chores and tasks- it’s baseball. Go get your work done now so that when Cubs baseball resumes, you’re ready to take full advantage of the new Marquee Network and MLB At Bat.