Keep running with virtual races from Tape2Tape
Tape2Tape have created several distance races you can enter for free, with spot prizes up for grabs.
Find out more at the Tape2Tape website.
Build your own running plan with Curly’s Athletes
Curly’s are helping people to build their own running plan with lots of advice on everything from strength and conditioning to endurance and rest.
Find out more at the Curly’s Athletes Facebook page.
Enjoy Zumba fun for the whole family with Jamie’s Party Productions
Jamie’s Party Productions are hosting live Zumba fun for children and adults of all abilities, as well as other entertainment.
Join the Lockdown Zumba group on Facebook.
Get active with a Les Mills virtual fitness class
Les Mills have developed more than 100 free workouts, from mindfulness to body combat.
Join the classes by visiting the Les Mills website.
Exercise videos by NHS Fitness Studio’s
The NHS have a wealth of fitness videos and apps that anyone can use, featuring everything from aerobic exercise, to pilates and yoga.
Watch the videos at the NHS website.
Stay in and work out with Sport England
Join the movement with Sport England who have put together a range of ideas that people can access to stay active indoors.
Find out more at the Sport England website.
P.E with Joe Wicks
The Body Coach TV is the home of Joe Wicks’ workouts. He has hundreds of free workouts for all fitness levels. These fun workouts can be done at home with no equipment. P.E classes take place every weekday at 9am.
Watch The Body Coach TV on YouTube.
Getting active when you find exercise difficult with Age UK
People who are building up their strength and fitness can find some great ideas at Age UK, including exercises to help you after a fall, operation or if you have limited mobility.
Find out more at the Age UK website.
Do a Disney Dance-Along
Get active with the kids and put your moves to the test as you dance-along to some of their (and yours) favourites, including Moana, The Little Mermaid and The Jungle Book.
Discover Disney Dance-Along videos at the This Girl Can website.
Home exercises with This Girl Can
Staying in and working out? There are lots of workout tips on the This Girl Can website, designed to encourage more women and girls in to sport.
Find them at the This Girl Can website.
Make learning active and fun at home with imoves
Whether it’s a quick 2-minute active blast, 10-minute blasts with additional learning points, or full lessons; imoves inspires children active in the home.
Join the imovement at the imoves website.
Take part in a funetics activity
England Athletics have launched ‘Funetics’, a programme that has been designed to reflect the requirements of the National Curriculum Key Stage 1 and 2. At their website, you’ll find videos demonstrating FUN activities based on fundamental core movement skills: running, jumping and throwing.
Find out more at the Funetics website.
Look after your Mind, Body and Fuel with Her Spirit
A personalised coaching and community app for your mind and body, including live daily workouts, a weekly podcast, weekly community challenges, weekly live meditations, and immune boosting recipes.
Get started at the Her Spirit website.
Try a relaxing Yoga session with Cosmic Kids Yoga
It’s important to take time to look after physical and mental wellbeing while social distancing.
Reduce anxiety and take part in Yoga by visiting the Cosmic Kids Yoga YouTube channel.
Dance along to The Greatest Showman with Oti Mabuse
Get your dancing shoes on with Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse as she leads online dance classes, including popular classics from Frozen and The Greatest Showman.
Join the classes at Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel.
Helpful advice for mums to be or new mums with This Mum Moves
Learn more about the benefits of an active pregnancy and continuing activity after childbirth, as well as ideas to help you move more.
Find out more at the This Mum Moves website.
Online exercises for older adults
Strengthen and Stretch offers fun and friendly, weekly online exercise sessions for older adults that work the whole body.
Take part on the Strengthen and Stretch YouTube channel.