Exercising inside is a great way to help with your fitness and boost your physical resilience. It’s a good place to start if:

  • You’re new to exercise
  • The weather is bad outside
  • You just don’t feel up to leaving the house
  • You physically can’t.

It’ll boost your serotonin and make your body healthier. Find something you feel comfortable doing. It could be using some weights, doing yoga or having a stretch, following a Joe Wicks YouTube workout or even just having a dance party in your kitchen! As long as you’re raising your heart rate and feeling a little bit out of breath- you’re on the right path. Even tidying your room could be considered a form of exercise if you do it with enough energy! Put a play list on and move your body. Take your mind off things. Focus on you.

Check out  Jo’s story to see how exercise can help!

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