We are feeling inspired by all the free fitness classes available and thought we would share our pick of the best with you. Movement is so motivating as is a routine, so why not have a go at some free home workouts, and take part with your family.
Join the nation’s PE teacher, Joe Wicks, every morning at 9am as he gets everyone moving with fun energising exercises to start your day on a positive note. All you need to do is find a space, jump onto Joe’s YouTube channel and get going.
Our very own NHS provides a large number of instructor-led videos to keep your body moving, and they range from just 10 minutes to 45 minutes.
Fitness blender have created short 25 minutes exercises to do with your kids. This is a brilliant video that runs through three different games in order to help burn off extra energy.
Make your household items do some of the work! The Guardian have put together a fun guide on how to use household items as part of your fitness workout. You and your children could lift some water bottles, or canned goods to burn even more energy off.
Free fitness clubs to do at home!