Get help Coronavirus: How to get support Let's get physical! Back to Activities It's really important to stay physically active whilst self-isolating or social-distancing. Not only is exercise important for your physical health, but it also has a huge range of benefits for your mental health and wellbeing. Adults should do some type of physical activity every day. Any type of activity is good for you. The NHS Fitness Studio is a fantastic free resource with lots of suggestions on how to stay active whilst indoors. Here are some physical activity guidelines to give you an idea of how much activity is recommended per day. The Mind website has lots of information on how physical activity can improve your mental health and wellbeing. Exercise and your mental healthFinding a physical activity you enjoy will mean you're much more likely to keep it going. The Mind website has lots of suggestions to help you find an activity that's right for you. Click here to take a look. Here are some more ideas of different types of exercise you can try. Yoga and Barre Up Yoga on Spotify. Free audio classes and meditations. Fitness Blender. Anything without the “FB Plus” symbol is free. Yoga Journal Corepower Yoga Yoga with Adriene Down Dog. Yoga and Barre workouts. Free through April 1. YMCA 360 Pop Sugar Sweaty Betty HIIT Training Down Dog. HIIT and 7-minute workouts. Free through April 1. YMCA 360 Pop Sugar Fitness Blender. Anything without the “FB Plus” symbol is free. 7-minute workout app Sweaty Betty Planet Fitness. 20-minute workouts live-streamed every day at 6pm. The Body Coach TV with Joe Wicks, lots of videos for workouts for all ages. MadFit channel has many videos for full body workouts. Dance Pop Sugar The Fitness Marshall Dance Fitness with Jessica Zumba with MoJo RedStudio Live Love Party Quick Tip! Be aware of your surroundings and your own safety when taking part in any physical activity to avoid injury to yourself and others.