BBC fitness programming to help the nation keep active during lockdown restrictions.

Starting in January 2021, the BBC are providing a range of fitness content across live programmes and iPlayer with content from Joe Wicks, Mark Wright and Strictly Come Dancing Stars amongst others. Find out how to get involved below.

From 11th January:

BBC Breakfast

Weekdays at 7.50am, BBC Breakfast will be showing a Lockdown Life segment which will include a number of well-known stars showcasing top tips and ideas to keep active during the pandemic.

Content can be accessed live on BBC One each morning or on demand through the BBC iPlayer.


From 25th January:

BBC Morning Live

BBC Morning Live returns on weekday mornings at 9.15am, this time with daily appearances from Strictly Come Dancing professionals to show us how to make some moves and keep active at home.

Content can also be viewed on catch-up on BBC iPlayer.


Fitness with Mark Wright

Mark Wright will be appearing on BBC Two on weekday mornings to lead sessions aimed at secondary school children and will be joined by a variety of celebrities to keep us entertained.

Mark's previous #TrainWright content can also be accessed here.


Content for children:

The BBC also have a great range of existing content available to help keep children active including Otie's Boogie Beebies, Let's Go for a Walk, and Andy's Wild Workouts. Follow the links below to get involved.

Partners

  • Active Hinckley and Bosworth
    Melton LSA
    NWL LSA
    Charnwood LSA
    Active Partnerships
  • Active Rutland
    Harborough LSA
    Active Oadby and Wigston
    Equality Standard
    Active Leicester
  • Blaby LSA
    Safeguarding
    Leicestershire County Council
    Sport England

Partners

  • Charnwood LSA
    Leicestershire County Council
  • NWL LSA
    Blaby LSA