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January 2021 is now upon us and it normally sparks people into focusing on their health and fitness goals.

With 2020 behind us and the sheer importance of being healthy when fighting Covid-19, now’s the perfect time to hit that reset button and focus on those new year resolutions.

Here we have put together 21 different workouts for you to choose from, whether you’re new to training or a seasoned gym-goer.

1. An Online Zoom SPC Women Session

Join our ladies in this recorded zoom session during lockdown 1.0! Coach Michelle Davidson works through a full body HIIt routine that can be done at home and programmed for various fitness levels.

SPC Women is currently running online sessions from 4th January 2021. Find out more information here 

2. A Simple Home Workout

A basic bodyweight workout that can be done in a small space at home using traditional movements.

Bored of Coronavirus? Try This Full Body Blast Home Workout

3. A Yoga Session

Want to zen out from time to time? Follow this simple 20 minute yoga session that is aimed at beginners!

SPC Yoga returns to Zoom from 9th January 2021. To get involved with Coach Annette Mundy – find all the details here 

4. Improve Your Running

Welcome to the latest addition of our bodyweight beast home workout plans. This one is all about building your engine the simplest way possible!

The Running Beast is a 4-week programme that has been designed specifically to enhance the performance of 5 or 10km runners. With that in mind, if you do not currently have a base level of conditioning, it is recommended that you develop your endurance before utilising this plan.

Click to download the 4 week running plan right here 

5. Focus Solely On Those Core Muscles

Want to finally reveal those core muscles that so many people are interested in? We have just the workout for you!

SPC Core Workout To Do At Home

6. The Bodyweight Beast

Welcome to the Bodyweight Beast! The home workout for those of you that want to build some muscle whilst having no access to any equipment.

This workout has been designed for the following:

  • someone who is looking to build muscle whilst working all the major muscle groups a number of times per week
  • has no access to any equipment (other than shopping bags and household items)
  • has limited experience of bodyweight exercises, although this can be regressed/progressed for all levels (see video)
  • both males and females, although the exercises are more in line with the training style of many men (ladies only workout coming very soon)
  • someone who is already performing conditioning style workouts (this programme can be performed 1-3x per week alongside other exercise pursuits)

Download the original Bodyweight Beast here and the Bodyweight Beast For Women here 

7. An SPC Men Online Zoom Session

Sample an SPC Men online session that was taken from lockdown 1.0! All exercise and demonstrations are shown in the video above.

SPC Men begins back online on January 4th 2021. To get involved, click here 

8. Don’t Forget About The Kids!

Kids need to keep active too! Here is Head of SPC Youth, Aarran Racine, running through a youth session online for children aged from 12 years old+

SPC Youth is still able to run at the SPC Outdoor Facility under the current government guidelines. If you want to keep your child fit and healthy, find all the information here 

9. Help Me With My Nutrition!

Science can make nutrition complicated.  While a deeper level of nutrition knowledge can certainly be useful, what we often get through the media are little bits of information that’s never paired with an overall philosophy.

It becomes especially hard when faced with nutritional science that seems to contradict itself.

Find out all you need to know on the simplest diet ever! Read all the information here 

10. What To Do If You Play Sport?

Join SPC Performance Coach Rhys Gillings as he takes Worthing College Academy Footballers through a 30 minute workout routine to keep you ticking over if you play sport of any kind.

We hope these 10 different workout ideas can give you a kickstart on your quest to a healthier and fitter 2021.

SPC remains dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing and fitness of all SPC members during these unprecedented times. The SPC outdoor facility remains open for personal training only in line with current government recommendations.All group training (apart from SPC Youth) is beginning this year online from 4th January 2021.

If you are interested in training at SPC in our outdoor area, please find all the information here