STAY ALERT, STAY ACTIVE
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Thrive not just survive!
Lockdown and the restrictions on life as we know it, is difficult. Exercise affects both mental and physical health. That’s why just 20 minutes a day of guided exercise can make all the difference. These times have created a unique opportunity to try something new. To learn new exercise techniques and try new activities, and most important to stay active.
Exercise, individually or with those closest, helps to maintain both physical and mental wellbeing during these difficult days.
Letting people access the activities they want, where and when they want them
Helping people lead healthier (and happier) lives
Make it easy for people to get involved - with fit4thefight ...whether online or in person, booking a fitness class in the park, sports class, or even access to a local Gym!
fit4thefight supports the
5 ways to wellbeing
Meet Coaches & Instructors instructors, book the gym, get active with friends, and tell others.
Get motivated, push your self. It doesn’t matter what you do, just get moving.
Take notice, live in the moment, focus on the things that give you joy.
Embrace new experiences, step out of your comfort zone and keep learning.
All profits will be donated to charities supporting those most affected.
Is it safe to work out if you're unwell or showing symptoms?
"You can do mild forms of physical activity, but of course, if you do show mild symptoms just ensure you don’t overexert yourself. Try low-impact exercise that you can do from the comfort of your own home such as Yoga, Pilates or other forms of mat exercise. If you do have the luxury of owning an exercise bike or cross trainer, you can also do mild forms of exercise on this providing you don’t over-do it. If after any form of physical activity, you feel more breathless than usual or just unwell, stop and don’t do any more until you’ve had a health check."
Dr Aragona Giuseppe, Prescription Doctor