There are fitness apps and YouTube videos for every type of activity or exercise you can imagine.
Stairs, chairs and household objects can be used to create your own indoor circuit class. Or you could buy fitness DVDs or exercise equipment that matches the type of exercise you like to do – from high intensity training to instructor-led aerobics routines, indoor bikes to workouts with weight.
Below are a range of at home resources that may be suitable for young people:
Active on Demand: Played have brought together a wide range of online content to help you be active at home.
Active by Popsugar: Offers fresh fitness tutorials, workouts, and exercises that will help you on your road to healthy living, weight loss, and stress relief.
Better Leisure Centres: Free virtual classes available on an app! Simply use the code BETTERFREE to join in and stretch, squat and sweat at home! To download the app, visit: https://bit.ly/BetterUK_app
British Orienteering: a new set of FREE downloadable activities for families to do at home, in the garden or in your local green spaces.
Couch to Family Fit: Our Parks has created a family friendly at-home exercise plan for beginners.
Clubbercise: Live Clubbercise classes are pretty special BUT what if there isn't one in your area or the timings don't work for you? You can now get a new on demand Clubbercise experience online at TV.FIT.
Dance with Diversity: The home of weekly dance tutorials from world renowned dance group ‘Diversity’!
Fitness Blender has over 500 free workout videos, some of which will be suitable for secondary age students.
Her Spirit: a personalised coaching app for your Mind, Body and Fuel and is now FREE for EVERY women in the UK thanks to Sport England Lottery funding. Join a supportive, fun, non-judgmental community of like-minded women keeping active and eating more healthily looking after their mental health.
Nike Training Club: The Nike Training Club App is designed to help you reach your fitness goals—no matter what they are—by giving you the tools, motivation and accountability you need to feel successful and confident.
Oti Mabuse - Dance: Dance classes for kids of all ages.
Streetgames: During the first lockdown Streetgames produced a range of activity cards for young people.
This Girl Can: Find some tips from the campaign empowering women and girls across the world to find the activity they love.
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