Use these resources to help you to stay active within the home. You won't need any special equipment or open outdoor space for these activities.
Staying Strong at Home (by Get Doncaster Moving)
This booklet contains a mixture of chair-based exercises and standing exercises, as well as advice on looking after overall wellbeing.
Local community groups can request paper copies of the Staying Strong at Home booklet to share with their networks by contacting email@example.com
Staying Strong at Home (PDF, 6.6 Mb)
PE Parent (by Active Fusion)
This booklet is full of ideas for families to keep active together and entertain children in the home.
PE Parent (PDF, 699 Kb)
MOVING AT HOME #STAYINWORKOUT
SPORT ENGLAND- STAY IN WORK OUT
YORKSHIRE SPORT- ACTIVE AT HOME
THIS GIRL CAN- HOME EXERCISE
Here is a selection of online exercise platforms with on demand fitness content who either provide free access or have teamed up with Sport England to offer extended trials.
MOVING FOR THOSE AT HIGHER RISK & OLDER ADULTS
NHS- STUDIO FITNESS
SPORT ENGLAND- 10 TODAY
RAMBLERS- STEP CHALLENGE
WE ARE UNDEFEATABLE- GET MOVING AROUND THE HOME
Can I exercise more than once a day if I need to due to a significant health condition?
You can leave your home for medical needs. If you have a health condition that requires you to leave the home to maintain your health - including if that involves travel beyond your local area - then you can do so.
MOVING FOR CHILDREN
In addition to the Active Fusion PE Parent resource at the top of the page, here are some other places to look:
NHS- CHANGE FOR LIFE INDOOR ACTIVITIES
YORKSHIRE SPORT- THIS IS PE
THIS GIRL CAN- DISNEY WORKOUTS
THE BODY COACH
GO NOODLE GAMES
COSMIC KIDS YOGA
NHS- ACCESSIBLE ACTIVITY
NHS- 10 MINUTE SHAKE UP
BBC- SUPER MOVERS
PREMIER LEAGUE PRIMARY STARS
ACTIVE KIDS DO BETTER
YORKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST TREASURE HUNT
JUMP START JONNY
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
NHS- STRESS, ANXIETY, DEPRESSION