Get Active At Home


Get Active at Home

Despite the disruption to our everyday lives, it is as important as ever to keep physically active for both physical and mental health.

The Activity Alliance have developed some guidance for disabled people and their families and friends on how to make activities more accessible. Find out more

On-line activities

Joe Wicks - The Body Coach  lots of free on-line sessions that you can find on YouTube, such as beginners hit sessions.

Fitness Blender - 500 Free Workouts: An on-line community bringing you free fitness workouts including HIT, yoga, weights and cardiovascular. 

NHS Fitness Studio a range of on-line exercise classes brought to you by the NHS.

POPSUGAR Fitness 100's of different workouts from celebrity trainers and other fitness professionals..

Timetable of Activity live session by AoC Sport, Colleges, Higher Education Partners and key sponsors.

Our Parks Couch to Fitness a free, 9 week at home exercise plan for beginners

Jesse Lingards hardcore HIIT a 40 minute workout brought to you by BBC Sport

Dance #LikeNina a 40 minute Rebook x Les Mills BODYJAM workout

Women and Girls 

This Mum Moves supporting women to be active during and after pregnancy

This Girl Can - Home Exercises simple exercises to try at home.

Sport England On-line Activity Time Table a selection of free and paid live, on-line activity classes.


Yoga with Adrienne is a global online community with over 6 million followers. You can find lots of free sessions on her website.

NHS Every Mind Matters mental wellbeing while staying at home

Mental Health at Work supporting your mental health and your colleagues during Covid-19 advice guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of Covid-19

Yorkshire and Humber Public Health Network provides a series of resources to support your health and wellbeing during Covid-19

Mind bring you information, advice and guidance to help you cope during the Covid-19 pandemic.