We want to do everything we can to support people to stay active, only on the condition that they are well enough and guided to do so. We fully recognise the importance of physical activity during this time, and would encourage people to do so in safe and appropriate environments, keeping in mind the latest Public Health Authority and Government advice.
Staying active improves your physical health, helps you to manage stress and anxiety and generally makes you feel better. Looking after your mental and physical wellbeing is so important at this time. While you can you should remain active through activities such as walking, cycling and running while also ensuring that you are complying with the latest Public Health Authority and Government guidelines.
If you’re one of the many people finding yourself spending more time at home, and you feel well, there’s a wealth of free online content to help you get or keep active – we’re collating some of this and are encouraging people to share some of the best ideas they find online using #sportsafestrong
Pages to follow, Home work outs and family workouts
Pages to follow for useful tips:
The Body Coach
Life Fitness UK
British Heart Foundation
Shine special yoga
Action Mental Health NI
Little Penny Thoughts
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Home work outs:
Family work outs:
Staying active resources for when at home: