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Exercise bikes at the Bayern home office

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The current period requires special measures in many ways. It's no different for the FC Bayern players, who are having to work from home instead of training at Säbener Straße. To help with that, the club have equipped Robert Lewandowski, Thiago and Co with exercise bikes for their 'home office'.

Getting creative to keep fit

The players have come up with some highly creative training methods to keep themselves in shape. Whether it's juggling toilet paper, training with the kids or with the house pet - we've scanned the social media channels of our boys!

#Familyfirst for Lewandowski

Time for the family! Robert Lewandowski is working at home in the gym as he recovers from his tibia fracture. For him, a little extra weight and a big motivator is his daughter Klara.

Dallmann shows off her skills with toilet roll

FCB Women player Linda Dallmann takes a humorous approach to the current panic-buying. In an Instagram video, the 25-year-old is seen playing keepy-uppy with a roll of toilet paper, showing that her skills are not limited to just the ball.

Müller's four-legged training partner

Thomas Müller's dog is clearly excited about his owner being at home and is supporting him in his training regime.

Perišić setting an example

Winger Ivan Perišić is also continuing his rehabilitation from his broken ankle within his own four walls. It's clear that his children are watching him closely. During breaks, the little ones have been trying out the exercises for themselves.

Goretzka uses the time to relax

 

As well as training at home, Leon Goretzka is using the time to unwind a little. A cup of coffee and a good book to expand the mind are not a bad idea.

Odriozola also having a breather

The same goes for January signing Àlvaro Odriozola. The Spaniard has made himself comfy at home with a book and is enjoying the Munich sunshine.

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