Create your own workout!
Optional: Help our community.
Our primary superstar students need superstar coaches to match!
If you would like to share your workout with them, film yourself doing a "FIT IN 5" workout like the example then click here to upload it.
At times like these, it's great to work together as a community; our primary students would be delighted to see you!
Looking for ideas for your workout? Sworkit is the perfect resource; here's that link for free access again.
An abs workout with just a chair!
How many steps can you do in a day?
Let's set a minimum of 6000. Can you do more?
This is a big challenge since some of us can not go outside.
Use a free app or your device to check. On an iPhone you'll find how many steps you have done in the "Health" app.
If you are looking for inspiration for this one, check out the video below!
HIT THE TARGETS!
What do we need?
- Balls (Tennis or paper balls...)
- Targets (bottles, pens, cans, toys...)
Play with your family or by yourself.
If you don't have a dice, there are plenty of free apps. Coins make good "counters" to put on the board.
Print it out and enjoy!
FOLLOW THE VIDEO STEPS FOR THE HANDSTAND CHALLENGE!
How many steps can you do?
How long can you hold steps 3 and 4?
Looking for bonus points? Click here to see if you can keep up with coach Jack!
Using the free code you received, download the Sworkit app to any or all of your devices.
Choose a workout of at least 7 minutes and enjoy!
Bring Sally Thunderstruck:
Let's see how many points you can score - squat 'til you drop!
How many jumping jacks can you do in the time it takes to play your favourite song?
Take as many breaks as you like.
Don't have a favourite song? Try this!
Choose a "Just Dance" from below - you can be any character you like.
Ask your parents, siblings and/or friends to join you, it's even more fun in a group!
The Final Countdown
Best of 3 Squat Stare Challenge.
Sit in the squat position (knees at 90 degrees) facing a friend, sibling or parent.
Have a staring contest, the first to blink, smile or come out of the squat loses.
The winner picks an exercise for you both to complete.