More ideas to get active at home and outdoors
Active 10: A brisk daily walk is a great excuse to get outside and improve your health. The Active 10 app is a great way to help you monitor and gradually increase your brisk walking levels over time.
Couch to 5k: This is a 9-week running programme designed for complete beginners by the NHS.
Gym-free workouts: Going to the gym isn’t for everyone. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways to get active instead. The NHS have created routines that you can do anywhere, anytime including seated exercises, strength, balance and flexibility sessions.
Parasport : Parasport have created accessible home workouts that ideal for wheelchair users and those just getting started or haven’t been active for a while.
PE with Joe Wicks: Daily workout videos lasting approximately 30 minutes. No equipment required.
Fitness Blender: Over 500 free workout videos enabling you to choose the level of difficulty depending on whether you are new to exercise or looking for something more advanced.
Yoga with Adriene: Yoga instructor Adriene offers over 500 free YouTube videos supporting you to get started through to adaptations for the more advanced.
Move More with One You: NHS resource that provides easy ways to move more every day.
Stay In, Work Out: Sport England prove tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. Join the Movement and use #StayInWorkOut to share how you’re getting active during this time.