CSL Why Sit it Out
CSL Why sit it out
Virtual workouts

Virtual workouts

With virtual workouts available online, you can keep fit and healthy without the need for special equipment or spending lots of money. Virtual exercise classes come in many forms, from simple stretches to full workouts, meaning you can get moving with just a few clicks.*

*Always speak with the haemophilia care team before taking on a new activity — even one you are trying at home

But how do I get involved?

To get moving at home, search for online workouts from the resources collated by Sport England, get fit with Joe Wicks, or follow an exercise plan with the NHS Fitness Studio or Couch to 5k programme. Want something a bit different? Try online Zumba.

If you decide to participate in a virtual workout, these tips can help you to exercise safely and enjoy the class:

  • Have a bottle of water nearby to keep hydrated
  • Keep your space clear of pets and/or other young children who may run into the area
  • To minimise the risk of trips or falls, remove any rugs or mats before starting
  • Pick a space with enough room to do all the exercises during the virtual class
  • Get permission from your parent/carer before signing up for a class when payment is required
Virtual workouts Virtual workouts
Virtual workouts
Virtual workouts