Workout @ Home with Simplyhealth and Jonnie Peacock

 

Healthy Living > Physical health > Workout at home with Simplyhealth and Jonnie Peacock

Blog Article | By Simplyhealth  31 March 2021

In the past 12 months we have all been affected by the COVID-19 lockdown rules. Unable to go to our favourite beauty spots for a stroll, or know how far you can travel in your local area to exercise, working out from home has never been more popular, or easier.

 

Come rain or shine, live workouts from your living room are an activity the whole family can take part in.

 

Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock is here to help. Join Jonnie for a workout over on Simplyhealth UK’s Facebook page.

Watch the workout

No exercise equipment is needed and the kids can join in too. Make sure you are hydrated, wearing comfortable clothing and you’re fit and well.

 

Workout @ Home with Simplyhealth & Jonnie Peacock was the first of four live events. Simplyhealth Live at Home will cover a number of important topics, from exercise to nutrition, to everyday health and wellbeing.

 

So follow us on Facebook to be the first to find out about our upcoming Simplyhealth Live @ Home events, with even more famous faces!

Disclaimer


Before starting any exercise regime you should consider consulting a qualified fitness or sports adviser to ensure it is suitable for you and you should consult your GP if you have a medical condition, are taking medication or have any other concerns. If you join in our live workout, you agree to do so at your own risk and Simplyhealth cannot be held responsible for any injuries which occur as a result of these exercises.

Jonnie became a household name in 2012, when he won gold in T44 100m event at the 2012 London Paralympic Games.

 

He went on to win the World and European Championships, and he retained his crown at the Rio Paralympics in 2016.

 

Jonnie also took part in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2017, being partnered with Oti Mabuse, and also made an appearance in the Netflix documentary ‘Rising Phoenix’.

Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock

 

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