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Staying #ActiveFitSporty during COVID-19
It’s important to stay #ActiveFitSporty during COVID-19 if you are able to. Exercise benefits both your mental and physical wellbeing.
With new government guidelines you can still go outside once a day for exercise (like walking, running or cycling). However, this can only be done on your own or with people you live with.
Alternatively there are plenty of ways to stay #ActiveFitSporty inside or in your private garden. Have a go at a few of these and tag us @FemaleSportsForum
We will add a new idea everyday so check back in for new ideas.
Put on your favourite song and try this Chair Workout with WISPA Coach Kim
If you are homeschooling- The Body Coach offers the perfect start to the school day with P.E. with Joe- live workouts on YouTube every weekday at 9am.
The Body Coach also has plenty of workouts for all abilities on his YouTube channel including:
Pregnancy workouts (while exercise during pregnancy is healthy always consult your physician or doctor before starting any form of exercise while pregnant or if you have any concerns about your physical wellbeing).
Workouts for seniors (please seek medical advice if you are unsure about the suitability of this workout)
Check out The Body Coach YouTube Channel for plenty more workouts:
When you’re working from home it’s important to take breaks- try this 10 minute workout from the British Heart Foundation.
If you are a member of a rugby club- join Irish Rugby Roundup to continue training. There’s even a leaderboard so you can compete against other teams!
You could set yourself a challenge to get moving everyday- what about this 30 Day Yoga Challenge?
Don’t forget you can turn the music up load and dance your worries away! Try this Zumba workout in your living room.
Why not try some of these workout ideas from Olympians?
Start your day with a quick mobility session with Winter Olympian Aimee Fuller
Why not create an obstacle course to practice your skills? You could try it with lots of different sports- hockey, football, basketball, camogie
In preparation for Tokyo 2021- why not learn about some sports that you may not have heard of?
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