Adults should aim to take part in at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a week. During this extended period at home why not challenge yourself to hit your activity goal by taking part in some fun home workouts
If gyms, dance halls, running tracks or playing fields aren’t for you or you find it hard to find the time to get active while juggling a busy home life- exercising at home could be the answer.
We Are Undefeatable is a major campaign to support the 15 million people who live with one or more long term health conditions in England. The campaign features real life experiences of people with long term health conditions, both visible and invisible on their own journeys to being active. It also recognises the unique barriers people living with long-term health conditions face.
Getting exercise doesn’t need to be difficult – you don’t even need to leave the house! Clear some space in the living room and give the ‘One You’ easy 10-minute workouts a go.
Take your pick from 24 instructor-led videos across our aerobics exercise, strength and resistance, and pilates and yoga categories. These workouts have been created by fitness experts InstructorLive and range from 10 to 45 minutes.
Put the fun back into fitness with these equipment-free workouts for all levels. These illustrated guides are designed to help make your workouts effective and easy to follow. Created with busy people in mind, these routines from fitness expert Neila Rey, now known as Darebee, can be done anywhere, at any time.
There are a number of websites with online home workouts, some of which have a free trial.
Free access to over 500 workouts from celebrity trainers and fitness experts across strength, cardio, dance and yoga. They have made Active by POPSUGAR, a paid monthly subscription app with hundreds of workouts, free for a limited time!
The Body Coach TV is where Joe Wicks posts free weekly home workouts to help you get, stronger, healthier and happier. Sessions for children and older adults on here as well.
Do Yoga With Me is a website that offers all different types of Yoga video for all levels. Currently this is free for 2 months.
Work outs designed with older adults in mind, but good for everyone! All the sessions are at your own pace and are good for beginners and those more experienced alike.
Young People Active at Home
Trying to keep children active? Sport England’s online hub has a number of activities that you can do with children to ensure you stay active together. Click here to view the Sport England hub for ideas of how to keep moving. Are you a school trying to support pupils to remain active? Or do you have […]
Older Adults Active at Home
Keep it Gentle – Especially good for Older Adults These resources are suitable for everyone but particularly good if you’re older. If you’re supporting someone who doesn’t have access to the internet some of these resources can also be printed. Easy Fitness Plans from NHS Live Well: For Strength, Balance and Flexibility – print as PDFs (scroll to bottom on […]