Get Active @ Home

With lots of people staying at home during this unprecedented and challenging time, many of us will be wondering what to do to stay active and how we can support those around us to keep moving too.

So, whether it's your preference or your situation limits you to activity in the home environment you are in the right place. We have been working with partners to put together a list of some of the best support available.


One You Move More
If you are just starting out on your activity journey, Public Health England have put together useful advice, guidance and free access to apps and home activity videos as part of their One You lifestyle campaign.


NHS Fitness Studio
Take your pick from 24 instructor-led videos across our aerobics exercise (beginner), strength and resistance (intermediate), and pilates and yoga (beginner) categories. There are exercises to tone your abs, raise your heart rate, and tone your upper arms. You will also find workouts suitable for new mums, such as postnatal yoga, or health problems, such as pilates for back pain.


This Girl Can
This Girl Can has put together a useful list of body weight exercises to try at home, from table-top press ups to living room wall sits - and they're great for women and men alike.


Sport England have pulled together a great selection of online exercise platforms with free on demand fitness content for a range of interests and levels of ability.


Activity Alliance
The Activity Alliance have compiled some advice specifically aimed at ensuring people with a disability can remain active at home.


If activity together with the kids is your thing then check out these Disney-themed indoor games and activities, including a Toy Story 4-inspired Find Forky game. These are bundles of fun and will get the kids moving.


Over the coming weeks, we will be sharing useful tools, tips and information across our website and social media, so please do keep checking here to find what you need to stay active.

And, please share with your family and people in your community who may need to keep moving more than ever.


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