It's really important that we make time to look after our physical health. Even a small amount of activity will have a positive impact on your physical and your mental health, and there's plenty you can do at home.
Getting outside for your daily exercise is great if you can. A walk, a bike ride or a run are all good options to increase your heart rate and the fresh air is good for you.
There is lots of support and ideas out there to keep you active at home too - here are a few examples to get you going.
NHS Fitness Studio
Take your pick from 24 instructor-led videos across our aerobics exercise, strength and resistance, and pilates and yoga categories. These workouts have been created by fitness experts and range from 10 to 45 minutes. NHS Fitness Studio's range of online exercise videos
The Body Coach TV
Joe Wicks has loads of online workouts, whether your a beginner, looking for exercises to do with your kids or looking for a challenge. Find the right workout for you on The Body Coach TV
Active Norfolk has lots more ideas, activities and resources for keeping you moving and active. Check out their website
British Heart Foundation
British Heart Foundation have put together a number of exercise guides to help keep you active at home. Check out their website
Guidance for home working
We know that it is not possible for everyone to work from home, but it is critical to stop the spread of the virus that staff who are able to work from home do so in order to stay well and to play their part in keeping the frontline services running.
Here are some practical tips and things that you might want to consider to help your resilience over the coming weeks if you are now working from home.
Firstly, understand that this is a different way of working and that if you’ve not done it before it may take a little time to get used to.
Review our working from home top tips
Have a go at this Workstation Workout next time you're working from home!
Why not check out this useful DSE home working and staying healthy guide.
#BeFit4Baby classes for pregnant women
Female fitness coach Juanita Steel is hosting #BeFit4Baby video classes for pregnant women
Exercise for older people
Here are some resources to help older people and those with long-term health conditions to stay active at home.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
The Body Coach TV
Home exercise for people with a disability
Active Norfolk has put together some resources to help people with a disability to stay active at home.