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From improving muscle strength to helping with weight loss and even improving your mental health - adding exercise into your daily routine can help in many ways.
There's lots of way you can add little steps into your routine to create big changes.
Why not lace up your trainers and take part in the the country's biggest virtual community...
The couch to 5K app from One You is there to guide you on your journey to running a 5K.
The program is tailored for anyone to join and the community spirit is there for all the ongoing support you need.
Building you up from walking, you'll be running in no time. Download the app here.
Not everyone is a keen runner but there's still activities you can do to move more.
One You has an app called Active 10, you can use the app to track daily activities you do, track your daily walks and set milestones to complete.
Download the app here and start setting your daily goals.
You don't need to leave the comfort of your home to get in your daily exercise either!
If you can spare an hour or less from your day - why not try out one of these home workout videos from the NHS. Choose from cardio to strength and even gentle stretching.
Find the videos here.
Why not challenge yourself and work towards a goal? St Barnabas Hospice are running a fundraising event for anyone to take part in.
Choose your own challenge, whether you're a runner or a walker, this challenge is for everyone.
Find out more about the challenge here and how to kick start your fundraising.
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