Here’s How Musician And Volleyball Player Are Practicing At Home
Being stuck at home during quarantine means that many of us have had to change our routines. Statewide lockdowns mean that restaurants, stores and gyms that we frequented before COVID-19 are no longer accessible. I live in Ohio, and we’ve been on lockdown for over a month. Over this time, I have developed a daily quarantine routine that mostly revolves around juggling 18 credit hours of online classes. My brother Jake, a sophomore in high school, admittedly spends a significant portion of quarantine playing on his PS4. We’ve both been trying to keep up with our hobbies, despite having to stay home. Both of us are volleyball players, and my brother also plays percussion in his school’s marching band.