Low Intensity Workout
Whether you’re looking for something low intensity, or wanting to push yourself, this 30 minute workout enables you to work at your own pace.
15 Minute HIIT Workout
Want to know what all the HIIT hype is about? Try this 15 High Intensity Interval Training Workout. HIIT is great if you’re looking to burn calories and fat in a short amount of time.
Regular exercise is so important for our health, but the majority of the online classes are high-impact and therefore inaccessible for many. This chair-based exercise class is ideal for you if you have difficulty with your balance or standing for long periods of time.
Try out our beginner’s circuit from the comfort of your own home. All you need for this simple circuit is a chair and a kettlebell (or a couple of tins).
15 Minute Workout
A quick and gentle 15 minute workout with a cool down included. Perfect if you’re just starting out!
Quick Abs Workout
Strengthening your abs is about more than looking good on the beach.
Your abdominal muscles form part of your core - the centre of your body’s strength, which also includes your hips, back and chest. Your core stabilises your body, allows your to move well and maintain your balance.
Have a strong core also improves your posture and helps reduce back pain.
Try our quick workout and see if you can improve your core strength!
10 Minute Floor Workout
A quick workout taking place entirely on the floor! Great for beginners and getting started
Upper Body Workout
Get those arms and shoulders working with this home exercise workout for your upper body!
Perfect Pre-Exercise Warm Up
Warming up and warming down - it’s important!
Keeping our muscles loose and supple helps us prevent injury. It’s also important to get your heart rate up and your lungs ready for exertion.
Try following our simple routine!
Your Exercise Planner
Planning and enjoying exercise is an important part of making it a regular part of your everyday life. You can use an Exercise Planner to fit activity into your lifestyle, create short and long-term goals, monitor your progress and make sure you are getting a good balance of endurance, strength and flexibility activities.
You should aim to be active every day. The NHS recommends aiming for 150 minutes moderate OR 75 minutes vigorous activity every week. It depends on the kind of activity you do. You can find out more here.
When you are deciding on your activity plans, make it fun and make it challenging within your limits.
Feel free to download or copy our Exercise Planner to help get you started!
Stretching For Beginners
Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy. This prevents the muscles shortening and becoming too tight - which puts you at risk for pain, strains and injuries.
Stretching can also help us relax and feel refreshed.
Try following our simple routine!
Benefits of Staying Active
With us being confined to our houses during the coronavirus pandemic, the risk of us becoming sendentary has increased. Research has found that sedentary behaviour has a negative impact on our physical and mental health.
There are so many benefits to staying active, particularly at a time when we are focusing on our health. We have listed our key 8 benefits in the graphic here.
Being stuck in the house does not prevent us being active. There are lots of ways to keep moving and we hope some of the resources on our site will be of use.