Staying in doesn’t mean you can’t get active
If you’ve pledged to get active indoors, or just looking for some more inspiration, you’re in the right place. We’ve got plenty of ideas on how to make the most of being indoors, whether its taking up a new hobby, trying a new workout or the art of self–care. Keep an eye on this page, we’ll be releasing new tools as Active Wellbeing goes on across the 30 day campaign.
Practising yoga has many benefits which are both mental and physical, it’s particularly helpful to practice yoga if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart disease. It also helps provide you with strength, flexibility and mind-body awareness. Yoga could become part of a healthy lifestyle along with, for instance, walking, running and cycling.Find out more
If you were under the impression that home workouts are not as efficient, effective or exciting as heading to the gym, think again! During the winter months and with the current restrictions in place, more and more people are taking to their mat, bike, or weights at home, to make use of hundreds of fantastic home workouts to suit every style, taste, age or ability.Find out more
How long has it been since you tried something new? It’s recommended that adults do 150-300 minutes of moderate physical activity a week. Starting with just 30 minutes a day will put you right in the middle of that range. But no one wants to spend half an hour a day slogging it out doing something they hate. You’ll get the most out of physical activities that you enjoy, and you’ll keep coming back for more.Find out more
Our advisors are here to help if you’d like any advice on how to begin your new Active Indoors venture, including tips on nutrition and personal training.Find out more
Whether you love gaming and photography or prefer reading and gardening, we’ve got discounts on all kinds of hobbies.Find out more
Our friends at Brilliant Boredom Busters have put together 80 great ideas to entertain you and the family whilst at home.Find out more
Steven, Scott & Dan are joined by Michael Hobbs-Aldridge, the man who holds the 7th fastest time in a park run ever from a 45 year old!
They discuss how to get the most from fitness training indoors during the winter months and lockdown restrictions, as well as a variety of topics to help inspire you during Active Wellbeing 21.