Physical activity is not only great for your physical health, it's also great for your mental health.
Being physically active doesn't mean you have to run for miles or go to the gym, any movement counts as being active so why not go for a walk, get out in your garden or try an online class?
Take a look below and get inspired to try something new!
If you are supporting others to stay active at this time, Sport England have designed this toolkit to help you encourage your communities to get and stay active over the next few months while responding to the changing guidelines.
Do you want being more active to come naturally to you? Think about starting new, healthy habits that replace the old, not-so-healthy ones. Habits take a while to settle in, but when taken one step at a time, they can last forever.
Since the pandemic, many people have chosen to get active at home, which is great! Keeping active at home gives you the opportunity to fit physical activity in to your free time. There are lots of ways to get active at home. Click 'read more' for some inspiration.
Don’t rule anything out. Take time to explore and see what you like.
You don’t know until you try. Give new things a go. Any activity is better than none.
If you like it, stick with it. If not, try something else. You’re looking for activity that works for you. Don’t worry, you’ll find it.
Find online groups, mobile apps and different ways to get active that help you and the people you love to move more.
There are lots of we can move communities working to help people be more active. Disabled people, healthcare professionals, older people and employers are all getting together to create a more active world. Want to join them?
Below is a list of activities you can search for online.
Stay home, stay active. Figuring out how to maintain a level of normality in our day.
We need to support each other and to put physical activity on our to do lists, to help with our physical and mental health.