We all know its important to stay fit, healthy and positive in these difficult times, but it will be hard if you are spending long periods of time at home.

With gyms across the UK now temporarily closed, David Lloyd Clubs, the UK’s largest health, fitness and well being group is launching David Lloyd Clubs@Home, offering a virtual a wide range of workouts, advice and activities for every level and age. Delivered by its team of experts,  they are designed to re-energise the body and mind and can easily be done at home or in the garden. 
The classes will be rolled out over the next few days and weeks, and will be accompanied by expert wellbeing advice and information, and fun activities to help younger ones to keep entertained at home in the weeks’ ahead.

David Lloyd Live-streamed and On-Demand Classes
Following the successful trial of its first live streamed HIIT fitness classes, Battlebox and Blaze, a wider programme is planned to be rolled out over the next few days. 
A wide range of specially created ‘on demand’ classes are being developed that can be used at home at any time of the day. Classes range from HIIT and weight-bearing classes through to yoga, Pilates and mindfulness and there will be bespoke content for all ages and levels, including children, families and older people and available in a range of languages.
Initially available through the David Lloyd Clubs members’ app, the health club group plans to offer a selection of the ‘on demand’ workouts to non-members shortly through social media and the website.

A programme of workout and meditation playlists will be available on David Lloyd Clubs’ Spotify page and available to everyone to enjoy at any time of the day or night.

David Lloyd Club Blog
Available immediately and to everyone via the blog, David Lloyd Clubs has created a virtual hub offering simple workouts from David Lloyd Clubs’ team of experts including exercises using everyday household props including sofas, tinned cans and even laundry detergent boxes.  Also featured are simple stretching moves that can be done at home, a 21-day yoga challenge, plus advice for runners, from experts to those looking to start jogging for the first time. The hub will be constantly evolving as more content is produced. Follow the link here for more details: https://blog.davidlloyd.co.uk/category/at-home-workouts/

Keeping kids fit and busy
With schools closed, it is a challenge to keep kids active and entertained at home. David Lloyd Clubs will soon be launching an online family activity programme from experts from its kids clubs DL Kids offering everything from superhero workout circuits and dance moves to arts and crafts.

More information can be found at www.davidlloyd.co.uk, and new content will be added to the programme on a continual basis as it is created.

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About David Lloyd Leisure Group

David Lloyd Leisure Group currently has 123 clubs - 100 clubs in the UK and a further 23 clubs internationally comprising its two brands David Lloyd Clubs and Harbour Clubs (of which there are three in London).

With 660,000 members in clubs across seven European countries, it offers state-of-the-art gym and group fitness facilities for all the family, and over 1100 tennis courts, and 400 badminton and squash courts plus spas, club lounges, kids clubs and crèches. 

It has over 330 swimming pools and every week over 25,000 children learn to swim, 16,000 children learn to play tennis at David Lloyd Leisure.

For the last four years David Lloyd Leisure has been voted into the Sunday Times’ 25 Best Companies to work for by its team. 


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