To stay healthy, adults should aim to achieve at least 150 minutes of physical activity per week. But given the rise of COVID-19 cases nationwide, you may not feel comfortable going to your regular gym. And with many school sports out of the question, both you and your kids may be facing a rather sedentary winter indoors. That is, unless you get a little creative with your family fitness.

It’s important to follow all health and safety guidelines put forth by the CDC and other agencies while balancing the need for regular physical activity. When temperatures start to drop, that task becomes even more challenging. But not all is lost. Here are just a few ideas that will keep your family active this winter without presenting a risk to your well-being.

Take a Nature Walk

While the temperatures may be chilly, there’s still plenty of natural beauty to take in right now. Visit a local hiking trail or even take a walk around your neighborhood to discover the plants and animals that are native to your area. Although 48% of homebuyers cite energy efficiency as their most desired feature, over half of millennials say they prefer to live in more walkable neighborhoods. Take advantage of any wooded paths or parks in your immediate area to get some exercise and get your kiddos interested in the world around them.

Create an Indoor Obstacle Course

If the bitter cold won’t let you spend time in your backyard, you can still encourage physical activity by creating an indoor obstacle course for both you and your kids. Set up workout stations where you’ll have to do jumping jacks, planks, crunches, star jumps, or lunges, as well as climbing over (or crawling under) obstacles like furniture. You’ll want to make sure there are no safety hazards and that the room is cleared out of breakable items, of course. You can also clear out your garage and set up some tumbling mats, if you’ve got them. You’ll definitely need to supervise your kids and make sure no one gets hurt with this one, but it can be a fun activity to try on a rainy or snowy day.

Try Some Family Yoga

If you and your kids are more into a meditative form of exercise, you can easily set up a yoga space in your living room and access a virtual class. Make sure you have room for a few yoga mats and that the space will be relatively quiet throughout your session. There are plenty of basic yoga programs that will serve as a great introduction for kids, but you can also lead your own set of sun salutations if you feel comfortable enough. This can be an excellent way to start off the morning or end the day.

Go Sledding or Snowshoeing

If you live in an area that’s prone to wintery weather, bundle up and go out into the snow! An activity like sledding or snowshoeing will be appropriate for all ages and can be done in relative isolation (without having to go to a potentially crowded ice rink or ski resort). As a result, you probably won’t need to wear masks the whole time. Plus, these activities are a lot of fun and will allow you to work up a sweat. If you have an Apple Watch or Fitbit, be sure to wear them to track how many steps you really take while you’re having a great time. American adults used nearly 77 million wearable devices in 2017 and these can help you keep your eye on the prize without spending hours on the treadmill.

Even if you’re unable to create a home gym with all the bells and whistles, there are still a ton of ways for your family to stay active this winter. By keeping these ideas in mind, you’ll minimize health risks while you take care of yourselves.