Free Fitness Activities for Lockdown


Sabrina Olizar-Smoke

06 May 2020 0 comments

Keeping fit is essential, which is why I have put together a list of free fitness activities to help you get through the lockdown. It can be hard to exercise by yourself, so using videos (including streaming videos live) can help you keep to a fitness routine. To keep yourself going, set your routine and goals so that you keep the exercise going during the lockdown.  

I’ve included many choices so that there is something for everyone. Check them out and see what looks like it appeals to you and fits with your fitness goals.

Free Fitness Activities for Lockdown

Meditation & Yoga

  • Headspace has several free meditations, and there are some free meditations on their app too.
  • Yoga with Adriene has a Youtube channel of 500 free videos.
  • Down Dog Yoga, @downdogyoga has free guided yoga on their Instagram channel. This is for those with more yoga experience.
  • Yoga by Candace has free classes on her youtube channel.


  • Joe Wix is also streaming workout activities every morning at 9 am (UK).
  • ATHLEAN-X has a series of 7-minute intense workouts that don’t require equipment.
  • OFFICIALTHENX has workouts for sculpting ab muscles that beginners can do anywhere.
  • Lucy Wyndham-Read is known for 7-minute workouts and has a 7-day challenge to lose belly fat.
  • Chloe Ting has ab workout challenges to work out your core.
  • Step by Step dance school is streaming dancing lessons every Saturday night.
  • If you need some workout music, Amazon Music, is currently offering a 3-month free trial. *Remember to cancel if you don’t want to start subscribing at the end of the free period.

I hope that you found these free fitness activities for lockdown helpful! Good luck and stay safe and well!

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