Now more than ever it’s important to prioritise your wellbeing, both physical and mental. These articles are to help you stay active and look after your wellbeing during this unprecedented time.
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From Pilates to heavy weight-lifting, check out these accounts for some inspiration of new ways to move your body.
Emily posts everything from nutrition and body image real talk, to working out before, during and after pregnancy; she covers it all.
For home workouts, sweat challenges and help getting lean, check out Joe Wicks’ Instagram feed.
Cassey Ho’s channel is all things pilates. Think mobility drills, stretching and core work.
John and Leon post both home and gym based workouts – their videos sometimes include substituting dumbbells for adorable babies.
Jen is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and posts insightful videos about improving your mobility and posture, releasing tension, as well as injury prevention.
The pros of home workouts and the self-proclaimed king and queen of HIIT, Mike and Viv share intense exercises you can do with a partner.
Kayla is the creator of the hugely popular BBG programmes, a series of 28-minute workouts.
For tips on how to improve your big compound lifts, follow Tony. He posts about lifting techniques as well as mobility drills to keep your joints happy.
Lotta Sebzda, 53, uses her feed to spread the message that you can practice yoga at any age. She often posts fun transitions to practice.
Follow Jessica if you want to try dancing to get fit. She regularly posts routines and hosts livestreams which you can follow along with at home.
Please note we are not in a paid partnership or affiliated with any of with the Instagrammers listed.
Cheryl Culliford-Whyte Content Contributor, Warwick Sport
Cheryl has interests in all kinds of fitness, keeping healthy and looking after your wellbeing. She enjoys hiking, lifting and healthy baking.
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