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Physical Health and Exercise

Sheffield Cycling 4 All
During the pandemic Disability Sheffield’s accessible cycling project is also running weekly exercise sessions on Zoom. These sessions are free of charge by qualified teachers. They are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities and can be performed seated or standing, with or without a PA or carer.

Boxing 4 All on Mondays – 12-1pm

Yoga 4 All on Tuesdays – 7-8pm

Move & Chat on Wednesdays – 11-12pm

Dance 4 All on Fridays – 12-1pm

To book your free place, please contact info@sheffieldcycling4all.org or call or text on 07565 695 296 / 07922 183 338.

There is also a free trike loan scheme and help to get equipment to exercise at home.

Move More Sheffield
Support for older people and people who are shielding to stay active and healthy at home.

Get Yourself Active
You can find a variety of resources designed to help disabled people and people with long term health conditions to get active at home and keep exercising through the Coronavirus crisis in the Active@Home section of the Get Yourself Active website.

Their videos have also been released on their YouTube channel.

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

SIV Home Workouts
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.

Post Covid Recovery and Exercise
Resources and supporting information to help people manage their post-Covid recovery.

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