Physical Activity For All
We are on a mission to keep everyone active in these testing times and there are lots of fun ways to continue living an active lifestyle! On this page you will find a number of adapted and inclusive resources to keep everyone in your home active together!
If you're unsure about your ability, it might be wise to start gradually and build up. Please feel free to refer to the UK Chief Medical Officer's Physical Activity Guidelines when determining the level of activity appropriate to you.
Make sure you warm up and cool down to prevent injury, and make sure you keep hydrated.
Stop the exercises immediately if you feel faint or unwell, and if you still feel dizzy or unwell have a rest. Next time try something less strenuous, building up your activity gradually.
Active Alliance have compiled a list of exercise advice, workouts, videos and activity guides to support disabled people to move more while at home.
Yoga is a safe and effective way to increase strength, flexibility and balance that can lead to improvements in both your physical and mental wellbeing.
Cerebral Palsy Sport has teamed up with Catherine Lineker to develop brand new content for keeping active and healthy at home.
A new inclusive active-learning dance classes for disabled children! These first-of-their kind virtual classes will help keep disabled children moving during lockdown and are inclusive to a wide range of needs.
A range of workouts from personal trainer and wheelchair user Ben Clark that Includes a 30-day wheelchair fitness challenge.
The four physical impairment National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs), have released a dedicated resource to inform community members about the impairment specific traditional, online and video resources created to support them in engaging in physical activity during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.