Before you start exercising, you need to make sure that you are in a safe place with plenty of room. You should also be wearing suitable clothing (t-shirt, shorts/jogging bottoms and barefoot is usually best for indoors). Also, adult supervision is essential – you need to make sure that you are safe at all times. Ask an adult to check that what you are about to do is safe and ask them to keep an eye on you throughout.

It is advisable that you perform a warm-up before carrying out any of these routines. Jumping Jacks or jogging on the spot for a minute or two will suffice.

Once you have watched the video of the workout that you want to do, have a go yourself. You can then repeat it as many times as you like, either a week later or in a fortnight’s time - it is completely up to you! You can record your results for the workout and try and do better next time.

You can even create your own workout by combining any number of the short exercises shown in the videos below. Try to make the routines fun and enjoyable to do, this way you will be more likely to want to do the workout again.

After your workouts, you need to make sure that you perform a cool-down. A steady walk for a few minutes will do nicely, followed by some static stretches.

Bench Push Ups

Push Ups

Bench Dips Legs Bent

Bench Dips Legs Straight


Pause Squats

Bulgarian Split Squats

One Leg Box Squats

Pistol Squats


Reverse Lunges

Side Lunges

Glute Bridges

Elevated Glute Bridges

One Leg Glute Bridge

Calf Raises


These videos are for educational and entertainment purposes. Please note that the individuals in these videos are not certified personal trainers. It is your responsibility to evaluate the information for yourself and decide if it is appropriate for you. Consult your physician if you have any doubts about if these exercises would be suitable for you to carry out. Whilst the exercises in these videos are perfectly safe if carried out in the manner shown, you carry out these exercises at your own risk. Askern Spa will not be held accountable for any injury sustained or damages caused through participation in these activities.