The most important thing for people at greater risk with relation to Covid-19 is to ensure you maintain physical distancing from others aligned with the government guidance.
We've created a video to enable everyone, no matter their ability or health condition to be able to move more at home. With standing, supported, seated and assisted exercises, as well as subtitles and British Sign Language, there is something for everyone.
This Sport England campaign aims to help those who have long term health conditions to become active. They have a number of tips and ways to help you move more within your home. Take a look at them here.
Wheelpower are launching a series of Adaptive Yoga videos to encourage wheelchair users to exercise from the comfort of their homes. Watch here.
The NHS has produced a pilates-inspired 30-minute workout suitable for people with several conditions including multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain and fibromyalgia. Watch the video here.
Limbpower have created private Facebook groups to support the physical, psychological and social wellbeing of amputees and individuals with limb difference. Join the LimbPower: Stay in Stay Active group here, and the LimbPower Juniors: Stay In Stay Active group here for juniors and their families.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists has some top tips on how to incorporate regular activity into your life for those with a range of health conditions. Read the tips here.
World Cerebral Palsy Day have collated a number of exercise ideas for people with limited mobility. View them online here.
Diabetes UK have put together some advice to support you in keeping active, well and managing diabetes while at home, whether you're self-isolating or know someone who is. Read the support here.
Qualified fitness instructor Kris Saunders-Stowe brings you this short, easy to follow guide to stretching and improving your mobility. This is ideal for people who haven't taken part in sport or activity for a while.
Ben from Empower You has created a full body seated workout which is ideal for people who use wheelchairs or with limited mobility. Watch the video below and follow along.
The NHS has specific guidance for exercising whilst pregnant which can be found online here.
This 45-minute video designed for beginners is shared by the NHS and will help you to tone, stretch and relax. Watch the video and follow along here.
Start for life, from the NHS, have pulled together a number of ways that you can keep moving whilst you're pregnant. Take a look at them here.
This resource has a number of ways that you can keep moving safely during your pregnancy. Please note, not all of these activities are recommended during this time of physical distancing. View the support here.