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Keeping Physically Active at Home

Keeping Physically Active at Home

Our Coronavirus information and support page contains tips for disabled people to continue exercising. Just click on the Physical Health and Exercise link at the top of the page.

Currently this includes:

Get Yourself Active
Resources for disabled people to keep exercising through the Coronavirus crisis. First up, some chair-based work outs: http://www.getyourselfactive.org/stories/get-yourself-active-at-home/

You can share how you’re exercising at home on social media with the hashtag #getactiveathome.

SIV Home Workouts
Unfortunately due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all Sheffield International Venues (SIV) are closed; meaning the Exercise Referral Scheme has been postponed.

SIV has produced a range of FREE, short, tailored and motivating home workouts designed by experienced exercise referral instructors for people who would benefit from being active at home, but need support and consideration because of a health condition or just a long period of inactivity.

10 Today
Short ten minute routines to get older people stretching and moving, broadcast on the radio and online.

The Guardian newspaper has an article entitled How to make a home gym from household items while self-isolating

Remember to keep up to date with the Disability Sheffield Coronavirus Information and Support page.


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