Children and Young People exercises

Covid-19 Pandemic: Help people with sight loss get active at home #SightLossActive

Children and Young People

With current Government advice recommending against non-essential contact and all unnecessary travel, British Blind Sport is joining with Sport England and encouraging our VI service users to #StayInWorkOut.  We've teamed up with local deliverers and VI friendly activity providers to bring you a variety of at-home workouts and routines to keep you healthy and active from the comfort of your front room!

Physical exercise is absolutely essential for Children and Young People during their time away from school and when they may be house bound far more than usual!

Here, we have a variety of exercises and work out routines to keep the younger generations active, healthy and burning off some of that ceaseless energy!

We'll be pulling together some fun routines for children and young people covering a variety of high and low intensity activities and sports!

Watch this space for our own content created specifically for our members, but in the meantime have a look at our recommendations below. Whilst these work outs are not created specifically for an audience with visual impairments, the movements are explained throughout the route. These may not be accessible for those with severe sight loss, but take a look and let us know how you find them!

We've also been working with inclusive instructors to bring our users live, audio-led workouts via Zoom. For more information on our live workouts, visit our Facebook group here: British Blind Sport Stay In Work Out.


Try out our first Dance routines from Synergy Dance Ltd! It's completely audio-led, so strap on your dancing shoes and "blame it on the boogie!"

Dance with Jangles

Try out our introductory "Dance with Jangles" video, to get your kids moving and grooving! We're working on bringing you more of these types of exercise sessions, so watch this space!

Hey Duggee Friends Flow!

Video taken from the Hey Duggee Official YouTube Page. For more Hey Duggee videos and routines, visit the YouTube page here.

We hope you enjoy these accessible workouts and continue to stay active and healthy whilst at home. Whilst we are happy and excited to bring you new activities via virtual delivery, we are a charitable organisation and would appreciate any donations you can make to allow us to keep providing this content for free.

Whilst British Blind Sport is working hard to share accessible content which allows our members and followers to stay active in their home environments, we can accept no responsibility for any harm or injury that befalls you whilst taking part in any of our suggested activities.

 The resources on this site are intended to assist visitors in personal efforts to stay healthy and active and should not be construed as medical or clinical advice. Please stop your activity immediately if you feel any pain or dizziness and consult a health care professional.