GLASGOW Club has introduced new classes to its mobile app to keep people fit during the coronavirus lockdown. 

The body, which runs Glasgow's council fitness and leisure centres has introduced videos and advice for people wanting to work out and stay healthy at home.

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Through its app, Glaswegians can access fitness classes, equipment-free routines and general advice on maintaining a healthy body and mind when stuck indoors. 

This comes after Glasgow Life's decision to close all libraries, gyms, and other council-funded facilities across the city last Tuesday. 

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A post on the organisation's Facebook page reads: "With our venues closed to the public and social distancing vital to protect ourselves and others, we know many of you are missing the physical and mental benefits of exercise.

"It’s an unsettling time, but your Glasgow Club is here for you. We’ve put together some great ways to ensure 'working from home' can include 'working out' too!"