Theo Walcott has produced a short fitness video to help supporters stay in condition during the coronavirus outbreak as part of Everton's Blue Family campaign.
Everton forward Walcott demonstrates a series of simple exercises which can be performed at home – with the UK’s population urged to remain indoors to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Walcott’s two-minute film amounts to an all-body workout – and even shows how you can employ food tins to aid your routine.
He goes through drills designed to strengthen and mobilise the arms, legs and core, while including an element of cardiovascular fitness.
Follow Walcott's at-home programme by clicking on the video at the top of this story or here.
The UK Government has closed gyms and leisure facilities and is “strongly advising” people to engage in “social distancing” as critical ways of combating coronavirus.
These measures encourage people to stay at home and when outdoors maintain a distance of at least two metres from others.
Exercising at home is the safest way to stay fit and as part of its Blue Family campaign, introduced to maintain and extend contact with supporters, Everton will offer help and guidance on workout routines during this period.
Blue Family has also seen the Club and charity introduce a referral form enabling fans and the wider public to refer people they believe might need a friendly voice to speak to at this difficult time.