Good Reads

Managing a rollercoaster of emotions

Published: 25 June 2020

Many people have had their lives shaken up reccently. Having been recently furloughed Jen struggled at first and wondered how she would keep busy and fill up each day. Keen to stay optimistic Jen turned to exercise to keep her mind and body working.

The social side of sport, injury and recovery

Published: 25 June 2020

It doesn't matter how passionate we are about physical activity and sport. There are likely to be times in our lives when we struggle to be active. A curve-ball like an injury can throw a regular routine and force us to find new ways to move.

The Secret Runner

Published: 25 June 2020

Sharon, our Strategic Lead for Children and Young People, talks about becoming a secret runner and embarking on a new challenge to improve her fitness and activity levels.

Looking after me… 2 children and a dog

Published: 25 June 2020

Chauffering, cleaning, catering, peace-keeping: we're endlessly impressed with all the roles a busy parent plays. For many, the thought of exercise on top of that can be a stretch too far.

videocall workout in the garden

Maintaining club engagement during COVID-19

Published: 25 June 2020

What happens when lockdown forces us to say goodbye to the social side of exercise? Kelly from Atlas Fitness shares how they’ve gone above and beyond to maintain community spirit in their club.

co-production being used by youth group

The Importance of Co-Production

Published: 25 June 2020

A core value of the Satellite Clubs programme is co-production. Youth Project Manager, Emma, talks about what this means, and some ways you can co-produce clubs with young people.

St Bede School trials imoves

Published: 25 June 2020

St Bede School's teachers and headteacher are big promoters of getting kids active every day. The school has an extensive variety of outdoor PE, however, there was not the same excitement from pupils when it came to indoor PE.

Fitness with Fibro

Published: 25 June 2020

When managing a long term health condition, getting active is about what works for you. Sophie from Basingstoke tells us what has worked for her and how doing the Couch to 5k improved her wellbeing.

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