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Get Inspired

Here's a brilliant collection of resources to inspire you to keep active...

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This Girl Can exercise finder

This Girl Can has a brilliant list of nearly 100 different activities to help you get active and give you some variety in the process.

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Sport England

The Sport England website signposts a range of different ways to get active during lockdown and post lockdown. It also features some top tips for beginners in exercise – we know that getting into exercise can be a bit scary, so make sure you read those if you’re in that position.

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Simmies at home exercise resources

Use our very own Simmies at home campaign to give you some ideas on how to be active during lockdown

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Mental Health Mates

Mental Health Mates connect you with others and set up brilliant walking and talking events to focus on improving your mental health. They’re operating remotely during lockdown and will run walking events when it’s safe to do so.

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Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel breast checking resources

Whatever your age or gender, knowing your body and being aware of the symptoms of breast cancer is really important. Breast Cancer Now’s guide to checking breasts gives you all of the facts in a handy PDF, and CoppaFeel’s boob check 101 features lots of useful and practical tips.

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The best fitness Instagram accounts

Free Workouts, Advice & Training Tips from a list of the 50 best fitness influencers in Women's Health Magazine.

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Exercise and Mental Health

We all know that physical activity is good for your body, but it's brilliant for your mind too, which can be a really crucial factor when it comes to motivating yourself to exercise. Here's a useful PDF on how to look after your mental health using exercise.

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Guide to exercising on your period

While exercising during your period might be the very last thing you feel like doing, there are a stack of reasons why it’s a really good idea - check out this article from Bodyform on how exercise can help to improve your mood and decrease pain (amongst other things) during your period.

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