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#StayInWorkOut

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way in which we all live our lives and with us currently in a state of lockdown with very limited opportunity to exercise it’s more important than ever to remain physically active, even if it looks slightly different to your normal group exercise.

We are here to help!

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Over the upcoming weeks we are going to use this platform to share with you some ideas on how to be active. You don’t need expensive gym equipment, or lots of space, just a positive attitude.

Join us on our twitter page everyday at 12:00 where we will be providing a #middaymovement, and sharing stories of how some of our brilliant partners are keeping active too. Our facebook page will also be sharing workouts. We want to hear exactly how you are remaining active, so get in touch on social media and use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut.

Remaining physically active is one way to support your mental wellbeing, however if you are struggling over this period the team at Mind have a brilliant support page here.

The pages below will be sharing workouts to provide inspiration to be active over the next few months.

Families – fun activities to keep the whole family entertained

Older People and People with Long Term Health Conditions – adapted, inclusive ideas to keep you moving

General Population – no need for expensive gym equipment, these are suitable for everyone

Advice for us all to get active:

Join the Movement is a brand new physical activity campaign brought to you by Sport England. Join the Movement is providing advice, tools and guidance to keep active, whilst the country deals with the coronavirus outbreak.

Cambridge City Council – Let’s Get Moving Active Update Newsletter

Sign up now to receive ideas from the Active Lifestyle Team at Cambridge City Council on how to get and keep yourself and your family active over the next couple of months.

 

 

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