Guy leads neighbours in group workout during lockdown in seville
Unilad:  I honestly – truthfully – was just about to get into a regular, intensive gym routine when suddenly getting out and about beyond my front door got a whole lot more complicated.
 Working from home has certainly had some benefits so far – pyjama office wear, furry, four-legged colleagues – but it’s done absolutely zilch for my cardio.
 I’m far from the only one with this dilemma. Without their usual routines, people are improvising workouts from within their own living rooms, and none have been quite so inventive as Gonzalo, a fitness instructor from Seville.
 Spain is currently in lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, with restaurants, bars, cafés and cinemas all having closed their doors to the public.
 Citizens have been ordered to stay at home, permitted to leave only to purchase food and medicine or when travelling to work, health centres or banks.
 Naturally, this means many people won’t be getting the sort of exercise they’re used to, which may in turn impact their sense of health and well-being.
 However, fitness instructor Gonzalo has helped boost morale in one Seville neighbourhood, leading a fun group workout from a rooftop in the centre of a courtyard.  In footage shared on Instagram, Gonzalo – who works for the fitness group Sano Sevilla Los Bermejales – can be seen leading neighbours in an energetic exercise class.
 The music was pumping, and participants could be seen waving their arms about enthusiastically.
Of course, the class differed from the norm in that everyone was working out from their own apartments, following Gonzalo’s lead through their windows.
The highly motivating footage has since gone viral, with fitness-lovers all over the planet left thoroughly inspired.
One person applauded, ‘this is awesome’, while another described it as being ‘the perfect way to pass the time’.