Self-isolating and government measures meant that many individuals and families across Derbyshire have experienced alternative ways of getting physical exercise.
As a team and a wider community, we're trying to build activity into our day as much as possible, and supporting those around us to be active at home - in a way that suits them - has become a big part of that.
We have gathered the below resources to help those looking for ideas on how to stay active at home.
Active at Home resources
A guide to staying active at home during the coronavirus outbreak
The We are Undefeatable team have produced this short guide to show 15 ways to move more at home.
Local communities playing their part
Organisations and people in our local communities are all helping to get people active at home, here are some of the opportunities to try.
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