Youth

Regular physical activity in young people is associated with improved learning, better mental health, healthier weight status and better cardiovascular fitness. At a time when the population is being asked to stay at home, finding ways to keep teenagers and young adults physically active without breaking any rules can be difficult.

The government recommends that children and young people aged five to 18 years engage in two types of physical activity every week: aerobic exercises and activities that strengthen muscles and bones. 

Take a look at the suggestions below for ideas, videos and tips from ourselves and our partners on how you can stay active as a teenager/young adult and still have fun at the same time.

DCLT Online >>

DCLT Online >>

Check out our YouTube channel for the latest recently uploaded classes for you to enjoy taking part in from the comfort of your own home or garden.
Lesmills born to move Youth >>

Lesmills born to move Youth >>

When it comes to learning cool moves from dance and yoga this is the way to go
Live Stream >>

Live Stream >>

Some of your favourite weekly fitness classes streamed live from the Studio

 

Darts >>

Darts >>

Enjoy creative and safe activities with artiest, musicians and dancers
Right up our street >>

Right up our street >>

Right Up Our Street is a network of people across the borough of Doncaster creating and being a part of brilliant art and culture