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The UK Government has recently launched its Better Health initiative aimed at helping people to lose weight and get more active.

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Most gyms in England are set to reopen their doors on Saturday 25 July, after being asked to close since Saturday 20 March.

Many of us have been finding alternative ways to exercise, whether that’s doing PE with Joe, digging out a push bike or simply enjoying an evening walk. Despite finding other forms of exercise, some of us have longed for our “old” gym routine, PT sessions and group exercise classes to come back.

As new ‘out of the gym’ routines have been established, here are our top tip for getting back into the swing of things at the gym (if that’s what’s right for you).  

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If you’ve found the current circumstances have allowed you to get out on foot more, then our latest challenge can help you cement taking a stroll into your lifestyle.

Our #WalkThisMay challenge gives you the change to seek a greater reward for all those walks you’ve been taking by giving those who track 20km of walks in May with the chance to win a FitBit*.

Exercising at home

On Monday 23 March the way we live our lives changed. Included in this are the ways in which we can access and take part in exercise. We know many of you benefit from activity both mentally and physically, so here are our top tips for exercising in your home.

Slow and steady will win the race

If you've started a New Year's resolution to get active then good on you! We couldn't agree more that activity is a great thing to take top spot on your to-do 2020 list.