Many videos and written tutorials are available online, allowing you to try activities for beginners or those that are easy to try in the home. Some of these are structured as classes that you can follow at home. Some are written as guides for you to do in small chunks or in your own time. Search for “at home work outs” or check out one of the resources we have linked to get started.
Some tools have been designed to track the activities you already do. For instance, the free Active 10 app tracks brisk walking, which is a great form of exercise that fits easily into daily routines.
There are also tools that can help track higher levels of activity or to help you increase how much you move. Julie and Peter decided they’d get moving more by using a Couch to 5k app. They not only ended up really enjoying getting outdoors, but eventually made friends through joining a running club in their local park. You can find a link to more information on the Couch to 5k app, as well as the Active 10 app, in the relevant resources section.