The workouts are categorised based on difficulty:

  • Level 1 (easy) you’re just getting started or back into training
  • Level 2 (moderate) you’ve been training for a while and want to keep progressing
  • Level 3 (hard) you’re feeling fit and you’re looking for a challenge

The workouts are also categorised based on duration. You have the option of 5, 10 and 15 minute workouts.

Just use the filters at the top of the page to select which Level and Duration you want to do.

For 5 and 10 minute workouts you will see 3 videos on the page; a warm up, workout and cool down. The idea is to use this how you wish; if you only have time for one workout, do your warm up, workout and cool down. If you finish your workout and still have the time/energy to do another just skip both the cool down for that workout and warm up on the next page and do another workout of your choice.

For the 15 minute workouts the warm up and cool down are included in the workout.

When you click on levels you’ll also see Tutorials incase you want to check your form on the major exercises.

Below is a list of useful FAQs

  • I’ve just had a baby where should I start?
    We would always say follow the advice of your medical professional, once they’ve given you the okay you still need to be cautious. A great place to start for you might be to continue with the 3rd trimester workouts initially, these will work your muscles and get you moving but without taxing you too much. Just make sure that you are pain free with no heavy bleeding, if you experience either of these things stop and see your doctor. When you start to feel fitter you can maybe try the Level 1, 5 minute workouts.
  • I’m pregnant but want to exercise what would you recommend?
    The best bit of advice is usually to start training before your pregnancy, as you’ll find it easier to continue with that as you move into your pregnancy. However if you haven’t trained before your pregnancy you need to be even more cautious. As always, check with your medical professional first, and if you get the okay to train, follow the workouts that are suitable for your stage of pregnancy; first, second or third trimester. They are very gentle and focus on controlled movements to improve posture and strength in a safe and controlled manner.
  • I’m really fit and active but I’ve just found out I’m pregnant can I still train?
    Everyone copes with pregnancy differently and it’s up to you and your medical professional to decide what you are capable of. Some of you might find that in the early stages of your pregnancy you can continue to train as normal, just with more caution. As your pregnancy progresses we would advise you select a trimester appropriate workout just to be safe.
  • I haven’t trained for years since having children and I’m really unfit which workout should I do?
    That’s absolutely fine; there are plenty of people in your position. Just start with the Level 1, 5 minute workouts until your fitness and strength improves. The Level 1 workouts are designed for people who haven’t trained before or for a while and just need a gentle introduction.
  • I’m quite fit but not able to go to the gym as much as I used to, which workouts would be good for me?
    You might find that you can go straight into the Level 2 workouts, the Level 3 workouts might be appropriate too but start at Level 2 and see how you go from there, you can always drop down or go up a level.
  • I’m in my third trimester of pregnancy and I’ve read that training can help with the delivery and getting back into shape after, can I do any of the workouts?
    You’re absolutely right that exercising during pregnancy can help with both those things, however it’s usually advisable to start exercising before your pregnancy not during, especially not at this stage. To be safe I would hold off for now, perhaps just stick to gentle cardio like walking and swimming, then look to get started after you’ve had your baby.