View sample exercise routines and videos. Remember to start slow if you are new to exercise, and talk to your doctor if you have concerns.
Find exercise videos and guides for American Indian and Alaskan Native children, adults, and older adults.
Explore the research on yoga for health, and follow along to a demonstration of common yoga poses.
Follow along to sample workout videos for older adults, including these and more:
Loosen tight muscles and release tension with these sample stretches.
Find videos of yoga routines for calming, balancing, and strengthening. Plus, learn about the health benefits.
Trying to stay active at home? Find videos and ideas of exercises using bodyweight or common household items.
Use these 5-10 minute videos for quick exercise breaks, or try them one after another for a longer workout.
Learn how to perform common stretches and exercises with these short videos.
Follow this 60-minute yoga routine to relax your body. Seated pose options are also cued.
Learn how to perform different exercises, including tricep kickbacks and calf raises, with these how-to videos.
Try this 5-minute cardio class as mid-day break. This class is in American Sign Language (ASL) with closed captioning.
Try this 5-minute chair yoga class as mid-day break.
Work on your balance in this 15-minute tai chi warm-up class.
Kids, follow this short video to make a bean bag toss using items in your kitchen!
Try these gentle yoga poses to support your body and mind.
Perform this at-home strength routine using light weights. If you don't have weights, canned goods or full water bottles will work.
View sample yoga poses that can be done seated in a chair.
Use these step-by-step instructions and images to guide your child through a simple yoga routine.
Check out sample exercise routines that use no or minimal equipment, including:
- Strength Training with Stretch Tubes
- Strength Training with Medicine Balls
- Low Back Injury Prevention Exercise
- Strength Training with Floor Work
- Strength Training with Stability Balls
Being physically active doesn’t mean you have to spend hours in the gym. Find suggestions to add more activity into your day to meet the 30 minutes of daily physical activity recommendation.
Browse games that preschoolers and parents can play to get moving at home. Find videos for 20+ activities including an active bingo, alphabet stretch, food relay, and musical shapes.
Follow along to these 7 kid-friendly, dance videos for a fun, family workout.
Learn exercises that can be done at home— no equipment needed.