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Experts say that young people (that’s you!) should be doing at least 60 minutes of “moderate-to-vigorous” exercise (that means moving) every day.   However, without the usual break times and Mr. Bate’s weekly PE sessions this might be a bit tricky.   Luckily, there are various things that you can try to keep fit...


1.   You could continue to work on the gymnastics moves that Mr. Bate introduced: “Straddle Sit”, “Tucked Dish”, “Full Dish”, Superman Arch”, “Frog Stand” and so on…



2.   You could try the ever-popular Just Dance.   You can find their official YouTube page here (do check with an adult before to go on to YouTube). Here you can dance along with a lady throwing herself around near some telephone boxes and a group of excitedly jiggling fruits!   You can also strut your stuff with the 1980s classic Ghostbusters.



3.   YouTube is full of videos encouraging you to move. One example would be Moe Jones’ Kids HIITS Workout



4.   …while SimplySoccer (“Soccer” is the American name for football) will give you football skills that you can try indoors (but do check with an adult before you try it!).