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Sustainable fitness is about creating an exercise routine that works for you and incorporating it into daily life.

Physical ability, motivation, time and money are often factors that can prevent us from incorporating exercise into our daily lives.


The National Health Service (NHS) recommends people participate in a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity a week. That can be broken down into 30 minutes 5 times a week and includes walking, so it’s really possible to do more than 150 minutes!


Physical activity makes a significant impact to peoples wellbeing and quality of life. It can also boost self-esteem, reduce stress and anxiety, and provides a sense of achievement and accomplishment. This is well documented by the Mental Health Foundation.

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What is sustainable fitness?

Sustainable fitness includes walking, running, cycling, indoor and outdoor exercise classes, even daily activities around the house and garden, and manual labour at work. Anything that gets you moving and active!

There’s a great variety of exercise options available to us, locally and online. 


Whether you’re looking to start an exercise routine, needing to develop strength, recovering from injury, pre or postnatal, wanting to focus on weight management or be part of a community, it can be a little tricky to navigate your way to find something that’s suitable, accessible and affordable. 

The most important thing to do is to find something you enjoy, make a start and commit yourself to what you choose. This will definitely help you to get into the right mindset and on your way to improving and maintaining your physical and mental health.


We’ve gathered a fantastic range of ideas, suggestions and options for you to check out and add to your new fitness toolkit.

Visit our blog page for more information.

If you’re interested in starting Pilates or Yoga classes, join a Mindful Moves class online. Click below for further information. 

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Make positive changes to improve your quality of life - both physically and mentally.
It really is possible!



Cerrie Baines - Mindful Moves

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