Active at Home

Physical Activity matters during this period and, actually, we think it's more important than ever right now.
Being active in a way that is right for you, can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and just generally make you feel better.
You can also still go outside for a walk, run, cycle - or any other way you normally get active outside - provided you are doing so in a way that meets the latest guidance on social distancing and advice on unnecessary social contact.

Keep Moving and Stay Positive

Home Workouts

Now, more than every, we should all be trying to look after our physical and mental health. We are currently offering a programme of over 30 online, home workouts per week which are free to members and available to non-members too. Find out more here

Here are a range of short workouts for you to try at home:

Here are some other tools you can use to help stay motivated with your exercise at home:

  • We are undefeatable is another website which will advise you on ways to get moving
  • The Royal Academy of Dance are now doing dance classes for seniors here
  • British Blind Sports provides access to workouts for the visually impaired
  • Cerebral Palsy Sports launch for keeping active at home
  • Mayathon is a virtual tool to buddy up and exercise with someone whilst socially distancing

Her Spirit

Her Spirit is a personalised coaching app for your Mind, Body and Fuel, and is now FREE for EVERY women in the UK thanks to Sport England Lottery funding. Her Spirit's mission is to inspire women to be happier and healthier. The app will help keep you motivated and feeling less socially isolated through this during this period.

Join The movement

Sport England have launched a national campaign to support people to get or stay active. Using #StayInWorkOut on social media, the Join the Movement campaign is designed to provide inspiration and trusted information to the public about how to get active in and around the home during the coronavirus pandemic.

For tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. Join the Movement and use #StayInWorkOut to share how you're getting active during this time.

Staying Active at Home with SASSOT

(Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent)

SASSOT have developed a dedicated 'Staying Active' section on their website where they have collated great online content for adults, children and families and those that want to take it steady.