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Mark Wright is here to help you be your best self!
Come and join us live every day this week (25–29 May) at 9am for a 40-minute HIIT style workout.
It’s suitable for a range of fitness levels and will help maintain or kickstart your motivation while the gyms remain closed. If you miss it, it will be available on catch-up immediately after… so there’s no excuses!
The living room is the new gym and Mark Wright is here to train with us.
From 25 to 29 May, he'll be bringing his Train Wright workouts to BBC Sport. These 40-minute workouts, for all fitness levels, will be streamed live on the BBC Sport website every morning at 09:00 BST and you'll be able to watch them back afterwards. No excuses then!
Mark Wright has set a high bar for the number of tricep dips in 20 seconds. Give it a go and see if you can match, or even beat, his score.
Tag @BBCSport and #TrainWright on social media and show us your attempts.
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard’s 40-minute workout consists of three rounds of four sets of exercises, including cardio, core and overall strength, with a bonus round if you can hack it!
American gymnast and viral sensation Katelyn Ohashi does a step-by-step guide to show how you can do a handstand from home.
Tom Daley demonstrates five of the exercises he is doing at home to keep in shape for diving and wants you to give them a go.
Try out this fun netball-inspired workout with England and Saracens Mavericks players Sasha and Kadeen Corbin.