The gym may be off limits due to Covid-19 restrictions or you may just find yourself out in the sticks in the middle of nowhere, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stay active because there are a whole host of free online workouts at your finger tips.

There are more exercise videos online than you can shake a stick at, so you can still work up a proper sweat without leaving your van, or under your awning if you’re lucky enough to be in a sunny and warm climate.

You won’t need any equipment either – simply find a comfortable space, pick a style of your choice and enjoy the benefits.

Choose something slow and steady like yin yoga or go all out with high intensity interval training, the choice is yours.


Joe Wicks – The Body Coach TV


With over 150 videos on The Body Coach TV YouTube channel there’s bound to be something that appeals to you.

From short 10 minute sessions to longer full body workouts, you’ll be able to choose from sessions to help you get stronger, healthier and happier.


Les Mills


Classes of varying length focused on building a lean physique, improving flexibility and strength through the transformative powers of HIIT.

Infused with dance inspired routines and high energy music as a soundtrack, there’s something for everyone who wants to put their stamina to the test.


Yoga with Adriene (and Benji)


Almost 10 million subscribers can’t be wrong!

Over on Adriene’s YouTube channel you’ll find yoga for every occasion, no matter how you’re feeling on the day.

Adriene also offers a number of 30 day programs to lead you through a series of targeted classes to meet your needs.

Adriene’s teaching style is fun and down to earth. No overwhelm or intimidation here!

Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned yogi, there’s a catalogue of classes here for you.


Body Project


High energy, motivating workouts to do from home, designed for every body.

A holistic exercise programme that includes HIIT cardio, resistance training, Pilates and yoga.

If you’re looking for a down to earth teaching style that caters to differing abilities then Body Project is definitely one to check out.

You can also find more information about their memberships including how to create a free account to access exclusive classes not available anywhere else online, by visiting


Santosha Yoga Studio


I’ve been lucky enough to be part of the Santosha Yoga community and in particular the stand out classes for me have always been Yin Yoga with Emma.

If you haven’t tried yin before all I can say is it’s like a full body massage for your body, brain and soul rolled in to one. Perfect for an end of day practice, this amazing style of yoga is one for everyone to try.

You can also find Santosha Yoga on Facebook here.


Which will you try first? Let us know in the comments how you like to exercise and stay healthy on the road.

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