Daily Routine: Five things to do 28 April

From Pilates to dancing, Olympic Channel presents today's five things to keep you entertained and productive.

By Olympic Channel

The COVID-19 quarantine may mean that very little professional sport is being played around the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t participate instead!

There’s something for everyone in today’s five activities to try, so there’s really no excuse to not achieve something positive with your day.

Without further ado...

Pilates with Greg O’Shea

Ireland rugby 7s international and Love Island reality TV show winner Greg O'Shea knows a thing or two about being locked in a house for days on end.

The affable Irishman's talents extend to Pilates too, as he's a qualified instructor.

He does 30-minute beginner and intermediate classes on his YouTube channel, so find a small space at home and give your abs a blast.


Whether you are a seasoned boxer, or just wanting to try something new, USA Boxing has you covered.

Head Coach Billy Walsh takes you through some of the basics of using footwork on defence, so you can stay sharp for your ring return, or perhaps this could be something you discover you'd like to take more seriously after quarantine.

Keepy uppies with Cafu

Brazilian football legend Cafu broke the internet this week with his silky skills.

The 49-year-old rolled back the years to make a mockery of his friend.

You can either just appreciate the greatness on show here, or see if you can replicate this by the end of isolation.

Go viral with the warners

Australian cricketer David Warner and his former professional ironwoman wife Candice came up with a sport-inspired dance, as part of the new #flicktheswitch craze on TikTok.

Get creative, and join the fun on Instagram with your own version!

Vote for your favourite Olympic mascot!

Take a walk down memory lane today on the Olympic Channel Twitter feed.

We are having a tournament-style vote for your favourite Olympic mascot.

Join the fun here now.


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