BeeZee bodies are delivering live sessions targeting adults, children and families. Offering you healthy habits direct to your living room.
STEP Inclusion Resources
Activity Alliance have released new ways to adapt activities so more people can stay in and work out. Disabled people and providers can access new social media graphics and tips on the STEP tool. STEP stands for Space, Task, Equipment and People. It is one of the most effective ways to use household items to be active.
Based in St Albans, these guys have put some funky football homework videos up to on their YouTube channel to help players work on skills and drills. You don’t need to be a footballer to enjoy them, either! Subscribe to their channel to be notified of when new videos are added.
Mavericks player Sasha Corbin has a huge following on YouTube where can follow her solo workout ideas, most related to netball but loads of great home workout ideas, too.
John invites you to take the Skip2BFit two minute challenge!
Saracens Sport Foundation
The Saracens YouTube channel has a host of videos covering cheer, dance and rugby skills, perfect for trying in the garden while soaking up some vitamin D. Click subscribe on their channel to be notified when new videos get added.
This Girl Can Disney Dance-Along
Can you flap your tail like Ariel or do a bear walk like Baloo? This Girl Can have a fun selection of Disney dance-along songs, perfect for getting little ones moving to songs they love!
Joe Wicks: The Body Coach
Joe Wicks has taken on the challenge as the world’s PE teacher! Join him daily at 9am for a fun, family friendly 30 minute workout. Click subscribe on his channel to be notified when new videos get added.
Dance with Oti Mabuse
Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come Dancing and Greatest Dancer Coach is teaching some dance classes from her living room. Her kids dance classes are being streamed to her Facebook, Instagram and YouTube accounts at 11:30am every day until at least 30th March.
The classes are saved onto Oti’s YouTube page after the livestream has finished, so they can still be enjoyed even if you aren’t available at the exact start time.
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Cosmic Kids is a fun series about mindfulness for children aged 5+. A host a themed videos teach little ones yoga and meditation through exciting topics like space, the natural world and super heroes!
CBeebies Andy’s Wild Workouts
Andy travels the world to amazing places and learns to move like the animals he meets on his wild adventure. Can you adventure with Andy and learn some animal moves of your own?
Change4Life: Indoor activities for Kids
Get your kids moving with fun Disney inspired indoor games and activities.
Jump Start Jonny
Jump Start Jonny is offering some free videos. Some schools use Jonny for their nursery and key stage 1 pupils when they can’t do PE otherwise, and the kids love it! Normally costs a subscription fee, but he’s doing free videos while schools are shut!
The Daily Mile at Home
The Daily Mile Foundation have adapted their school guidance so that families can use it at home and enjoy the same benefits. These come from 15 minutes or more of walking, running or jogging in the fresh air – doing it at whatever pace suits you best and wearing what you’ll feel most comfortable in.
Create Development – Real Play
Create Development are making their real play at home free for any families whilst schools are closed. You can view the real play at home video preview to learn more.
imoves wants to help keep primary aged children as active as possible by offering free access to their imovement platform. Over 1,200 lessons from PE to Dance and from Active Learning to Mental Wellbeing and more. Resources including videos, music and lesson plans are now available free to help pupils stay active and healthy even when they can’t go to school.
GoNoodle engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free for everyone to encourage fun home activity.
Receive a weekly food and exercise log, sporting challenge cards such as active monopoly, plus daily exercise videos to help keep your children active from Healthy Futures. They are offering these resources free whilst schools are closed. Sign up to get your family logs and challenges straight to your inbox.
KidsRunFree have been activating children across the UK for over a decade and they want to continue to do so. They are uploading daily videos of games and activities that families can play together to help stay, fit and healthy.
Les Mills BORN TO MOVE
Les Mills on Demand is offering a 30-day free trial. As part of this you can also get the whole family active with their BORN TO MOVE kids programming. Designed to nurture a life-long love of physical activity, BORN TO MOVE™ helps children experience the joy and vitality of moving to music. Optimized for core developmental stages, BORN TO MOVE features programming for children aged 2-5 and for those aged 6-16.
Youth Sport Trust
To help better support teachers and parents, Youth Sport Trust have collated a list of free to use resources which can help support home activity. This includes: Ready Set Ride resources, Play Format videos, Personal Challenge videos as well as Inclusion 2020 activities.
Daughters and Dads Skills Challenge from Women in Sport
Inspired by the Daughters and Dad Active and Empowered project, Women in Sport are challenging daughters and dads to hone their sport and physical activity skills together at home, with challenges on kicking, catching and underarm throwing.
Get ready for England Netballs weekly challenge that you, your U11s and the rest of the family can take part in to stay active while at home. Over to Vitality Roses Head Coach Jess Thirlby, Olivia and George to show you what to do.