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Stay sane with online free fitness classes

Last night's virtual lockdown announcement will mean that isolation is now in force for almost all of us - but what does this mean for staying fit and healthy?

Despite the new measures reinforcing the key message 'Stay at home', we all need to ensure we remain fit and healthy both physically and mentally through these unprecedented times.

Limits of one trip out of the house for exercise per day shouldn't hinder your ability to partake in fitness activities.

There are still plenty of ways to keep active - even in front of the TV in your living room.

Body coach, Joe Wicks has come up with a solution. The fitness enthusiast has taken to YouTube to run P.E lessons for thousands of families up and down the country.

The first of these exercise-packed 30-minute live workouts on Monday captivated an audience of more than 3.5 million.

And now many other youtubers are following suit to keep the nation fit. Check out our current favourites below to keep you in shape over the coming weeks and months.

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