Stay Active With Bay Area AthletesMarch 24, 2020
You won’t typically find most pro athletes lazily chilling at home, so the Bay Area’s teams and players are introducing some intriguing new ways to keep busy. Learn how to stay active with Bay Area athletes from our local professional soccer, baseball, football, basketball, and hockey teams.
— Tommy Thompson (@tomthom11) March 18, 2020
San Jose Earthquakes Midfielder Tommy Thompson got the ball rolling with the now-viral #StayAtHomeChallenge that has attracted Twitter users to show off juggling skills with everything from soccer balls to toilet paper rolls. This popular challenge encourages kids and adults to stay active with friends online while practicing social distancing.
Hope this makes being stuck at home a little bit better 🙃 No matter the situation, music always works for me https://t.co/WuqTIu57gt
— Brandon Crawford (@bcraw35) March 20, 2020
Keeping your mind active and attitude positive goes a long way during tough times. San Francisco Giants Shortstop Brandon Crawford has curated the perfect playlist to enjoy while you complete your favorite sheltered-in-place workout.
While residents across the Bay Area practice social distancing, the Oakland A’s are teaching us to “bash” in an age where handshakes and high-fives are losing their luster. Although the A’s would prefer to be bashing home runs, bashing forearms is a great way to celebrate without spreading disease!
#NationalPuppyDay may have already come and gone, but every day is a great day to celebrate puppies. The San Francisco 49ers are encouraging fans to send in their best photos and videos of “K9ers” in their cutest scarlet and gold outfits.
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Oakland just announced they’re closing schools until April because of the COVID-19 crisis. While we support this decision, we’re concerned about what this means for childhood hunger in our hometown. More than 18,000 students in Oakland rely on their school for 2+ meals each day and our foundation @eatlearnplay is making a donation to @accfb and @feedingamerica to help ensure no child has to worry about where their next meal is coming from while schools are closed. Please join us by donating to @ACCFB or a food bank near you. Link in bio
Golden State Warriors Point Guard Steph Curry is once again using his superstar power for good by helping to raise money for the meals of local students impacted by school closures. Children across the Bay Area rely on meals from our public schools, and you can make a massive difference within our community by donating to a variety of different services.
— #SJSHARKIE (@sjsharkie) March 24, 2020
The hockey season has been abruptly cut short and this isn’t stopping the San Jose Sharks mascot from “yolking around” in the kitchen. The sports world may be in a stand-still, but SJ Sharkie shows us how to find joy in the little things.Back to Blog