Physical Activity Recommendations
It is recommended that an adult does 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week, but what is Moderate Activity? – This can be any activity that will raise your heart rate, and make you breathe faster and feel warmer.
Examples include a brisk walk, gardening or housework.
150 Minutes may seem daunting right now, but with the right support, plan of action and goals – you would be surprised how quickly this can top up.
FTC Gym – Basic exercises that you can do at home
OneLife Suffolk has teamed up with FTC gym to provide our clients manageable and tailored exercises that you should be able to do at home in a safe and effective manner.
Please read the disclaimer by clicking here before taking part in any form of Physical Activity.
The playlist below covers: the basics, shoulder exercises, breathing exercises, floor-based exercises and chair-based exercises.
Introduction to Baduanjin
In partnership with Anglo Chinese Cultural Exchange (ACCE) and Future Inclusions Organisation, OneLife Suffolk are offering free Baduanjin sessions as part of our Get Help To Get Active programme.
The full sessions can be viewed in the playlist below:
We Are Undefeatable
We Are Undefeatable is a campaign supporting people with health conditions to be active. It’s all about finding what works for you.
For more information, go to: Home – We Are Undefeatable
Below are some workout videos for varying abilities which you may find useful. You can find more by visiting the We Are Undefeatable YouTube channel: We Are Undefeatable – YouTube
Generation Games is Age UK Oxfordshire’s physical activity service.
Our aim is to enable all older people in Oxfordshire to enjoy being active in order to live life to the full.
Below are some videos that you may find useful:
You can find more workout videos by visiting: Generation Games
Wheel Power is the national charity for wheelchair sport. Providing opportunities for disabled people to play sport and lead healthy active lives.
For more videos from Wheel Power, please go to their website: Resources: Film | WheelPower
Sit and Be Fit
Sit and Be Fit is here to help you improve your life through functional fitness. Enjoy the freedom that comes with good health.
For lots of chair-based workout videos, go to: Sit and Be Fit – YouTube
NHS Fitness Studio
The NHS Fitness Studio provides a range of online exercise videos including aerobic exercises, strength and resistance, and pilates and yoga.
You can view them here: Fitness Studio exercise videos – NHS (www.nhs.uk)