#GetOutThere initiative is launched
Health Improvement Commission launches #GetOutThere initiative to keep Guernsey moving.
As the Bailiwick exits from Lockdown, it is important for our mental and physical health to incorporate physical activity as part of our "new normal". Keeping active is also important for those who are shielding or who are in self-isolation. For inspiration, check out our film showing how other islanders have been keeping active in lockdown.
The current Public Health guidance on exercise and recreation is here. It is great that nearly all forms of activity are permitted - although it is important that we still follow social distancing guidance.
Below we've compiled a collection of resources to inspire you and your family to keep moving.
Of course you should only do any of these activities if you feel well and they should not replace guidance given for any medical condition.
Children & Families
Remember to focus on having fun, involve your kids in choosing what activities to do and make sure that they have the chance to succeed early, before increasing the challenge! Why not agree two 20 or 30 minute slots each day to get active together?
Adults & Older Adults
So many of us have embraced the quieter pace of life to get active, here are some resources to keep you active inside and out.
The Health Improvement Commission for Guernsey and Alderney LBG offers these links as educational resources. Exercise undertaken is done so at your own risk. The Health Improvement Commission is not responsible for the content of the linked websites, or changes to them, and you should review the third party's terms and conditions, privacy and data protection policies.