• Active 10

    If you are well and not amongst the most vulnerable, you can still go outside once a day to exercise. You must ensure you are on your own, or with members of your household. Walking is one of the easiest ways to keep active. Get started with the free Active10 app.

    Download Active 10
  • 10 Minute Home Work Outs

    Getting exercise doesn't need to be difficult! Clear some space in the living room and give these easy 10-minute workouts a go.

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  • Active at home

    A guide to being active at home during the coronavirus outbreak from Public Health England

    Download booklet here
  • Everyone Active

    Everyone Active are offering new and current members access to our online solutions for £9.99 a month. Instructors are also providing free exercises classes via their Facebook. Keep an eye out for live sessions or complete one from their time line.

    Visit Everyone Active
  • Easy Low Impact Exercises

    See the illustrated guides designed to help make your workouts effective and easy to follow.

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  • We Are Undefeatable

    Supporting people with a range of long term health conditions to find ways to be active that works with each person's condition.

    Visit We are Undefeatable
  • #Stayinworkout

    Tips, advice and guidance from Sport England on how to keep or get active in and around your home.

    Visit Sport England
  • Active at Home

    Get Berkshire Active have created a dedicated page to make it easy for you to access lots of useful materials to support you to be active at home

    Visit Get Berkshire Active
  • Home Activities For Kids

    Change4life has loads of great indoor activities and games for children to play so they can still get the activity they need, even when they cannot get outside.

    Visit Change4life
  • Disney Dance Alongs

    This Girl Can has partnered with Disney to capture some of the ways parents and kids get moving.

    Visit This Girl Can