You do not need to leave your house to do exercise. You can stay in and work out to get fit.
There are simple activities that you can do in your kitchen, lounge or bedroom on a regular basis as part of your day.
Some of the exercises last only 10 minutes so you can easily fit them within your daily schedule and give yourself a boost.
Andreas Kornmayer, Liverpool FC’s head of fitness and conditioning, has shared some basic exercises using just a ball to benefit different parts of your body.
Or you can use your bodyweight to develop fitness.
Brighton & Hove Albion sports scientist Jordan Smith takes you through a complete bodyweight circuit you can do at home.
These are among a wide selection of workout videos that Premier League clubs and players provided for fans during the spring 2020 lockdown, and they can inspire you to get fit.
See: Clubs show you how to stay fit at home
Nike is the home of elite athletes across the world and you can call upon its expert trainers to help coach you to stay healthy via the Nike Training Club app.
You can access over 190 free workouts across strength, endurance, yoga and mobility, and they allow you to track your development.
Working out is so much easier with the right music, and the Premier League has put together a training playlist on Spotify to get you up and moving. Check out the playlist on the Exercise homepage or the link below.
See: PL training playlist on Spotify
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