On-loan Celtic defender Andrew Gutman has shared his solo training regime from the United States, as the global health crisis makes an impact across the Atlantic.
Gutman signed for the Hoops back in January 2019 on a three-year contract but has spent the vast majority of his time out on loan because of work permit issues, first at Charlotte Independence and now at Major League Soccer side FC Cincinnati.
Like everywhere else in America, Ohio officials have taken social isolation measures in order to prevent the spread of an ongoing worldwide pandemic.
Gutman can no longer train with his teammates, just like his distant Celtic colleagues, meaning he now has to train at a football pitch close to his house, on his own.
Cincinnati have this evening shared footage of that workout on their official website, with Gutman primarily working on his core fitness, rather than taking part in any football training.
It gives an insight into what professional footballers are getting up to on their time at home, keeping themselves fit for if the season resumes at short notice.
We already know that Celtic players have been given a fitness regime by the Hoops coaches and are in regular contact with Neil Lennon.
It’s likely that they’ll be going through a similar kind of workout to Gutman.