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Following the government's recent Stage 4 announcement, we are committed to supporting you to be active, wherever and whenever that may be. To keep you abreast of all that’s happening across sport and physical activity in Manchester, we encourage you to explore the vast resources below to help you stay healthy and active at home, no matter your ability.
Here Mancunians can access various activities that parents, children, young adults and families can take part in and feel inspired through...in your own home, garden or nearest outdoor green space.
And if you needed a little more motivation - be sure to follow MCRactive on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for inspiration and support so you can keep active.
Visit our social wall for inspiration of how your fellow Mancunians and the city is keeping active. Share your tips and ideas using #MCRactive to appear on our wall, and engage with us across social and help others.
Now, more than ever, is the time for us to be proactive around our levels of physical activity and do what we can to move more each day whilst our city is in lockdown. From zumba to full body workouts, we have plenty of free online fitness recourses to help get fit and have some fun from your own home.
Join The Movement
At Home Workout Videos
NHS 10 Minute Workout
NHS Gym Free Workouts
Couch To Fitness
Zumba With Greg
There are many things you can do at home as a family to stay active and have fun, including keeping active with various activities. Here are some great ways you can have enjoy yourselves in Manchester.
Love Exploring App
Get Out & Go Series
GM Walking - Creative Ways To Stay Active
All Sorts To Do At Home
If you're going outside to get fresh air and to get active, now more than ever is a time to explore locally. You can still exercise or visit outdoor public places with the people you live with, your support bubble, or 1 person from another household (you cannot meet in a private garden).
There has been a great deal of study into the benefits of green space on physical and mental well-being. Spending two hours per week, whether this is one visit or multiple visits to a green space, has a significant effect on good health and life satisfaction, and is true for almost every group both young and old, wealthy and poor, urban and rural people.
When you’re managing a health condition, being active is about finding what works for you, particularly when the way you feel can change from day to day.
We are Undefeatable YouTube videos
Join the Movement have also brought together some more specific content from expert partners to help.
British Blind Sports Active At Home Programme
Sense Arts, Sport & Wellbeing - inspiring lifelong opportunities for people with complex disabilities to be creative and active
A collection of boredom-buster ways to keep you and the kids creative during lockdown, an important resource for your mental health.