Families & Youth Athlete Resources

by aglowka March 24, 2020 comments

We will update this page regularly as we become aware of new resources. Last updated: March 30, 2020.

Boy playing alone on dirt path

Photo via Tim Mossholder


With all students in King County out of school until April 27, we want to provide some resources to support students and families with both basic needs and physical activity needs:

Also for youth programs, Aspen Institute’s Project Play has compiled these resources for youth sports programs

Keeping kids active while they are at home is going to be both tricky and critical for their overall wellness during this time. Here are some resources that might help support families to keep kids active at home. These include apps, videos, websites, google docs, Instagram posts, and Twitter feeds curated mostly through schools and educators.


For Families & Teachers with Younger Kids  


Free Physical Activity Apps & Videos 

  • Jefit.com -  Free sports specific or general workouts
  • Freeletics - Custom training program
  • Seven - A collection of research-based seven-minute workout
  • Pocket Yoga -  Yoga workouts that can be done anywhere
  • Down Dog - A collection of apps including 7 minutes workouts, HIIT, and beginner yoga
  • YMCA 360 - A diverse collection of short (about 15 minute) workout videos for all ages


Adaptive and Inclusive Resources 


Hiking & Trail Resources


Daily Workouts or Wellness Posts on Instagram / Twitter


Sport-Specific Resources 




Other Resources for Things to Do with Children and Young Adults

(Credit - Maia Goodman Young)