Assemble what equipment you have. You don’t need anything specific but it’s great to have some dumbbells, a mat, resistance bands, and a chair or step.
Design a workout. Don't worry too much about what's right and wrong to start with - although in the coming weeks, we’ll have plenty of suggestions thanks to the coaches at England Athletics - who are all on board. But for this week, just to get you going, choose a list of exercises that you enjoy – sit ups, press-ups, crunches, the plank, that sort of thing. Then decide on set/rest periods- chose between 30 sec to 60 sec work / 30 to 60 seconds rest. Now all you have left to decide is how many sets you are going to perform. Remember it is best to start easily and leave some space to expand the numbers that you are hitting. If you can do five press ups, with knees on the floor, then brilliant that’s your starting point. Stick at that for your first 4 days of activity circuit and then try 4 but 1 is knees off the floor.
Set up the room, i.e. make some space! And one other thing, make sure you have some music going and you’re ready!