Activity Alliance has put together some great ideas for keeping active at home and doing the things you love.
Take your pick...
Mencap has created an activity pack to help you get moving and have fun, even if you have to stay at home.
Exercise with athletes!
Special Olympics GB has launched Fitness Fridays to get you moving with one of their own athletes at home.
Sport England has a range of idea and links to get you moving at home and in the garden.
Do you use a wheelchair or have limited lower body movement?
Try Joe’s seated workout - ideal if you are in a wheelchair...
Maccabi GB also have a strength and upper body workout for you to try:
Fun and Games to Keep you Fit at Home
If you need some fun to get you moving take a look at Change 4 Life which has Disney inspired indoor games and activities.
Ragdolly Annas website has lots of non-movers sessions for babies and children with delayed mobility.
Youth Sport Trust has all sorts of actives to do throughout the day to have fun and break up the day. Why not try Physical Activity Bingo?
For Dancers Everywhere
Flamingo Chicks is tackling social isolation through dance inspired by different themes and stories.
Here's your opportunity to dance With Darcey Bussell on her Diverse Dance Mix Facebook page.
Join DanceSyndrome on YouTube. The sessions will be adapted so that people can take part safely from the comfort of their own home (even your armchair) and will be suitable for EVERYONE!
Yoga bunnies have more fun
Cosmic Kids Yoga is yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.
Jagadamba Yoga is for everyone with Needs and Special Needs. Jan from Jagadamba Yoga made this video for you to enjoy at home whenever you like 😀. Find some quiet and empty space and relax with Jan's video.
You can find free mat-based and chair-based yoga and meditation classes in the JWeb event listings.
The nation's morning workout
The Body Coach is a hero of the lockdown! Join Joe Wicks for PE with Joe and get involved along with thousands of families across the UK.
Written by: The JWeb Team