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Healthwatch Covid-19 November 2020 Lockdown Information - they have pulled together some information about the new restrictions, and some links to useful resources to help you through the next month

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Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Information and advice on how to stay physically active indoors and
how to look after your mental health

A wide range of tips, advice and guidance on how
to keep or get active in and around your home can
be found here
You can also use #StayInWorkOut to share how
you're getting active during this time.

24 instructor-led videos including aerobics
exercise, strength and resistance, and Pilates and

With the kids,Kids workouts to do at home

Disney dance-alongs
Indoor activities for kids
Cosmic kids yoga

Exercise and your child with SEND during lock-

Older Adults 10-minute workouts

Move it or lose out (improve balance and stability)
NHS sitting exercises

Published 15.4.20
Pregnant women NHS exercise in pregnancy

How to get active, as well as pelvic floor workout

If you have a
disability or
long-term health

Parasport are routinely producing home workout
routines especially designed for disabled people
Workouts designed by the MS Society for different
levels of mobility
Audio workouts, both live and on demand, for
people with visual impairments
A variety of exercises for those with long term
health conditions

Every Mind Matters: 10 tips to help if you are
worried about coronavirus
Every Mind Matters: how to look after your
mental wellbeing while staying at home
Every Mind Matters sleep page
Easy-read: Things to do if you are staying at home

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