GYMS might be closed, but that hasn't stopped many Leeton residents from getting their fitness fix.
More than a dozen residents recently participated in a global lockdown running challenge.
The initiative challenged them to run 42 kilometres in 42 hours.
It was by no means an easy feat for the runners in Leeton who took part recently from 6pm on May 1 to May 3.
The weather certainly wasn't in their favour for some of the challenge with rain and cool conditions setting in.
However, each of the runners clocked up the 42 kilometres, which is a marathon distance.
Leeton's group was supported by Studio 9, one of the many gyms in town which has had to close its doors to the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
Studio 9 instructor Clare Vant said the worldwide event had around 15 countries taking part.
"It was great to have so many taking part ... we had bibs made up so people could see we were taking part in the challenge," she said.
"Obviously we couldn't run together, so everyone really had to be motivated.
"We had about 30 taking part, which was really great.
"I know some had never ran that distance before, so it was good to see everyone having a go."
The challenge originated in Australia, but quickly spread throughout the world as people looked to find new ways to stay fit within the ongoing restrictions placed on everyday living during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some taking part decided to do the run in one big hit, while others split the kilometres to suit their running abilities and the amount of time they had on their hands.
Most of the Leeton participants completed the challenge before the deadline to ensure they still had some time for a bit of rest on the weekend.
"It's easy during these times for people to I guess let their fitness go, but I think here in Leeton we've seen the opposite," Vant said.
"Just being outside now you see so many people walking, running or on their bikes on the (shared) paths around town.
"It's really great to see. I think if people are up and moving when they can be, it's a good thing."
As restrictions start to ease across the state and country, the re-opening of gyms could soon be on the horizon.
For many in Leeton this will be a welcome relief, including the many sporting organisations who will hope to get back into shape for their respective competitions.