Without regular access to gyms, school athletic facilities and other health and well-being organizations in the midst of COVID-19, college students everywhere have been adapting their workouts to suit their new homebound lifestyles.
This story is part of a series of ongoing stories and analyses produced by MBU Timeline staff members, focusing on several aspects of COVID-19 and how it has changed the lives of students, faculty members, athletes … everyone. Photos courtesy of Hannah Leahy — Graphic by Dylan White
As students returned to Missouri Baptist University this fall, they arrived with plenty to do, from sports practices to disc golf to Chapel and even a visit with the Stanley Cup. Today’s photo gallery, by MBU Timeline photojournalists, captures many of the sights around campus and around St. Louis.
Photo by Madelyn Shotton
Guitarist Katelynn Freese leads students in worship after completing a recent hour-long Sunrise Stretch class on the Quad. Students woke up early for the class, which met outside that morning, to take advantage of cool morning temperatures.
After spending years collecting experience in boardrooms, Guy Danhoff left the business world and the stage to pass on his knowledge to both undergraduate and graduate students at MBU.
Photo by Ben Randolph
Guy Danhoff broadcasting a Periscope, a live video social media platform, on MBU baseball with Coach Eddie Uschold as student fellow, Andrew Kyle, sits in to observe.
Fitness trainer Kris Kalmese discusses a better way of living a healthy lifestyle, one that incorporates eating right and working out.
Photo by Ryan Hodges
Kris Kalmese, a fitness trainer, demonstrates a flagpole hold at his gym in Bourbonnais, Illinois.