Kicking things off on 11 January, BBC Breakfast: Lockdown Life is a weekday segment during lockdown where a host of stars provide top tips to keep both the body and the mind active for viewers of all ages.
Celebrity fitness guru Joe Wicks starts the series at 7.50am on BBC One followed throughout the week by Mr Motivator, rugby league legend Kevin Sinfield, Olympian Adam Peaty and Premier League footballer Tyrone Mings for the rest of the week. CBeebies’ Maddie Moate and partner Greg Foot will also join BBC Breakfast regularly to offer advice for home schooling and fun activities to try.
The segments will be available on BBC iPlayer and BBC Breakfast social media channels for viewers to revisit whenever and wherever they like.
Morning Live returns to BBC One at 9.15am on 25 January, where presenters Gethin Jones and Kym Marsh will be joined each day by a Strictly Come Dancing professional who will bring a bit of sparkle to the nation’s fitness regimes.
With gyms closed and sporting activities cancelled, Morning Live hopes to raise viewers heart rates and spirits with fun and easy-to-follow daily routines that the whole family can follow.
TV and radio presenter Mark Wright will bring fitness to secondary kids as he leads a daily dose of energising fitness sessions on BBC Two, iPlayer and other platforms from 25 January on weekday mornings. He’ll be joined by a host of his celebrity friends as they encourage the nation’s teens to keep active this lockdown.
Mark Wright says: “When I started training on Instagram during the first lockdown, I could not believe how many people joined in with me - to make even a small positive difference was so rewarding. To continue this journey and team up with the BBC to help motivate teens to get healthy and to get moving is something that I’m really proud to be a part of.”
BBC Chief Content Officer Charlotte Moore says: “Now more than ever it’s so important to stay active and healthy. Our range of BBC fitness programming is suitable for viewers of all ages and will provide vital support to parents and children in lockdown, as well as creative ideas to keep moving and stay fit from home.”