Joe Wicks’ inspired weekday workouts have captured the imagination of primary school kids across the nation – Superman lunge anyone!?
But keeping fit at home during the coronavirus crisis is not just for youngsters, you know.
Swap your pyjamas for a tracksuit and give your mind and body a boost with a living room workout.
Just move the table out of the way, and mind your arms on that smashable light fitting (yes, we speak from experience).
Here we round up some of the best we’ve found so you can get sweaty and healthier in your own home – with or without your dressing gown on.
Maybe we can appear out of isolation in a puff of smoke looking like actor Chris Hemsworth or his missus Elsa Pataky.
The two have created Centr – a health and fitness platform offering a six-week free trial period. The workouts are mainly HIIT-focused, and there are also top tips for nutrition and mindfulness. Click here
Designed by older people for older people, this service streams online and through the radio to bring you a fast and enjoyable daily workout. Turns out 10 minutes really can make a difference. Click here
Offering a one-month free trial to new subscribers, this provides a personalised workout plan determined by your ability and fitness goals. Has healthy recipes, too. Click here
Free for a limited time are hundreds of workout videos. Easily filter them by duration, intensity and style of workout to get the fix that suits you. Click here
Tonnes of workout videos and fitness guides geared to all ages and abilities – from Disney dance-alongs for the kids to sitting exercises for anyone with a limited range of motion. Click here
Cosmic Kids Yoga
The world’s kids are joining the nation’s newly appointed PE teacher, hunky Joe Wicks, for daily star jumps (and listening to him brag about how many people watch!).
But for something rather more zen, Cosmic Kids Yoga teaches the ancient Indian practice to sprogs, through stories they’ll probably know, such as Frozen, Bear Hunt and Trolls. Namaste, small people. Click here