Now that all sports clubs and schools are closed, we have to move in a different way. Various programs on television and YouTube offer solace. makes an overview in collaboration with Superguide for both children and adults.

Zappelin Go
Toddlers and preschoolers can actively start their day with this program, which can be seen every morning at 8:00 am on NPO3. Presenter Fenna tells a story and young viewers are allowed to imitate her movements. Zappelin Go can be watched at any time on YouTube or NPO Start.

Sports expert Arie Boomsma makes the V-Gym series for Videoland. In this he speaks well-known (ex-) athletes to share creative exercises with you. The episodes last about twenty minutes and use objects that you (often) have somewhere in the house. A few buckets or a chair prove very easy to serve as fitness equipment.

Zappsport @ Home Workout with Nathan Rutjes
In this new program, well-known athletes who make children enthusiastic appear. This is how professional football player and Who is the Mole? -finalist Nathan Rutjes are energetic positivity in getting parents and children to move. Rutjes regularly does intensive workouts together with his son Lavezzi, interspersed with judoka Roy Meyer. Athletes such as Dafne Schippers and Kjeld Nuis also give tips. A new episode appears on YouTube every school day at 10 a.m. At 12.45 the program can also be seen on NPO3. On Saturday and Sunday, children can switch on at 8.40 am.



Nathan Rutjes lets children move at Zappsport

The Netherlands in motion
The Netherlands in Motion is more relevant than ever today: regular viewers can participate in sports three to four times a day. But Olga Commandeur now also taps into a younger target group with live streams via Facebook. The presenter tells in conversation with that you can "make it as heavy as you want".

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