As we are all being asked to work from home where possible and many families will also be juggling this with their children at home too, it is more important than ever to find ways of staying active. Being active in a way that is right for you, can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and generally just make you feel better!
There are lots of ways you can keep active at home, many of them are free and don't require any equipment at all! Sport England have created the campaign "Join the Movement" #StayInWorkOut to collate some of the best resources to keep you moving during this challenging time.
Official advice is to stay at home, and to only go outside for one form of exercise a day, to shop for basic necessities, if there's a medical reason and travelling to and from essential work.
This inevitably means all our routines are changing.
Click on the buttons below to find lots of fun and creative ideas on how to get active at home, with exclusive offers and workouts from content providers such as Les Mills on demand, Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) and FiiT.
There's also the latest advice around getting outside, with tools to help you make the most out of the fresh air during your daily walk, run or cycle.
If you've found a great way to keep active online, use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut on social media to share your experience with others. Remember to check government advice if you think you have any symptoms linked to coronavirus.