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Stay In, Work Out

Official advice is to stay at home, and to only go outside for one form of exercise a day, to shop for basic necessities, if there's a medical reason and travelling to and from essential work. From Wednesday 13 May, you can go outside more than once a day for exercise.

This inevitably means all our routines are changing.

We want to provide you with tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. We want you to join the movement and use Sport Englands #StayInWorkOut & #ALittleBitMoreAtHome to share how you're getting active during this time.

We’ve pulled together a selection of online exercise videos and websites to support you in being active during COVID-19.


Just Click on the links below to find Activity ideas

Keeping the kids busy and entertained can be challenging at the best of times. That is why we have pulled together some of the best content and videos for your children to keep active and keep moving!

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Come on mum & dad, we all need to keep moving and shaking. Even when we are working frorm home. A quick 30 minute blast is a great get away for your mind and body.

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As people age, it’s inevitable that they begin to slow down, but this shouldn’t mean they cease to be active. Keeping fit and healthy in old age is important, for both physical health and emotional wellbeing. Here are some online videos and pages that can help!

Keeping Older People Active


As much as moving is great for our muscles, hearts and lungs we need to make sure that we look after our balance, stability and mind! Yoga & Pilates are a great way to do this. 

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Keeping physically active is especially hard when you have been carrying around a 7.5lb weight. Keeping active both during and after your pregancy is so important to keep both you and baby as healthy as possible.

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During this difficult time we have to make sure we don't just keep active and look after our bodies, but make sure we look after our mind and mental wellbeing. 

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Keeping physically active when you live with a health condition or disability is often very difficult. The link below has some great tips and websites you can access to keep yourself physically active. 

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If you have had a cardiovascular event it is even more important to keep active. However, we know that it can be challenging at the best of times. 

British Heart Foundation 


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