Free fitness tools to support you during the Coronavirus

Free fitness tools to support you during the Coronavirus

Whether you are working from home during the coronavirus outbreak; or on the front line delivering essential services, you may be looking for ways to look after your health and wellbeing. Below, we have compiled a small list of ideas to get your started and allow you to keep your levels of fitness – or perhaps improve them!

MyWellness App

Until we reopen we are providing all members with the ability to train at home or outdoors with daily Easy, Medium, and Pro workouts in our mywellness app. You can also use it to track your outdoor activity, be that walking, jogging, running or cycling. If you have a mywellness account, check out the front page of the app where you will find new workouts every day. If you don’t currently have an account, simply follow the links below, choosing the centre that applies to you.

Free Les Mills on Demand for members

We have emailed our members with a free link to Les Mills on Demand videos. If you have a current membership but didnt get this then please email us and we can send this to you direct. This home workout platform will send through workouts including BodyBalance, BodyAttack and Sh’Bam for you to stream online. It also give you access to mindfulness videos and also workouts for the kids! Result!

Fitbit 90day trial

Fitbit are offering anyone a free 90 day trial onto their premium subscription to help get you moving during the coronavirus outbreak. The app will give you all your stats straight to your phone, with advice on sleep, calories, how to get active and more ideas for remaining at your best. Perfect for anyone with a Fitbit device.

P.E. with Joe

Live every morning on YouTube Joe Wicks is delivering free P.E lessons for all the family! Whats more, it will then be available to play anytime should you forget to tune in. The workouts are fun and easy to follow – but also are 30mins, meaning if you do all 5 you can hit the recommended 150mins of exercise a week, right in your own living room.

Enjoy a walk outside

The government have allowed a walk, run or cycle once a day outdoors to get your daily exercise – so get out there and try to enjoy some time outdoors. Aim for 30mins alone or with members of your household. Breathe in the fresh air and take some time to reflect on what is happening in the world around you. This can be done any time of day; ensuring you keep your distance from anyone you might see on your journey.