Physical Health Resources

During recent world events, maintaining physical health has been an important factor in ensuring our health and vitality. Recommendations from the World Health Organisation (WHO) advise that is essential for people of all ages to maintain and increase levels of fitness not only in times of quarantine but also very general health and well-being.

To find out more information about WHO's Be Active campaign, visit the following link:

We have also included some videos below for some simple exercises you can do at home without any equipment if you are unable to go outdoors or to the gym:


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