For those who want a more leisurely pace:
- Easy 10-minute daily home audio routines are available on BBC Sounds and broadcast live on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra.
- Calderdale’s own Tai Chi Tigers have produced some follow-along YouTube videos.
- The NHS ‘One You’ campaign has a range of free apps for keeping mentally and physically well – and they’re all free!
- The NHS ‘One You’ campaign also has a range of entry-level workout videos.
- The NHS have also created these simple exercises for:
For people with long term conditions or disabilities:
- We Are Undefeatable have a range of exercises, tools, and videos to inspire those with a long term condition to keep active.
- Change4Life accessible activities for children and young people with disabilities
- The Activity Alliance have compiled resources for helping those with disabilities to get active at home
- Cerebral Palsy Sport have put together a wellbeing guide including nutrition tips and exercise
For those who want to get a sweat on:
- The NHS have a range of ‘Gym-free’ workouts, which come in a handy poster format.
- You could follow an NHS yoga workout to improve strength and tackle stress
- Try Joe Wicks 7 days of sweat or have a look into some local personal trainers on social media
- Have a look on YouTube or other social media channels for free videos, there are loads of options out there!
For those who want to get active as a whole family:
- Yorkshire Sport Foundation and leading national organisations are working with Physical Educators from across the country to support parents to teach PE at home.
- You could download the 50 things app – it has plenty of ideas for things that you can do in the home.
- Active Imaginations have some great videos to give you ideas for all sorts of activities.
- Looking to get active with your children too? Change 4 Life have some ideas for you.
- Ready Set Ride have some fantastic videos and tips for helping teach your kids to ride a bike.
- The GoNoodle YouTube channel has hundreds of fun little videos to dance along to
- For a little mindfulness, try Cosmic Kids Yoga
- For all the Disney lovers out there, there’s the This Girl Can Disney dance-along
For more ideas from others:
- Sport England have compiled a fantastic list of ways to keep active for people of all levels of fitness.
- Yorkshire Sport Foundation have a great list, with guides for working from home too.
- This Girl Can have loads of great videos, tips and ideas – and they’re not just for girls!
- Mind have compiled a list of resources to help you manage your mental wellbeing – including being active.