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Physical wellbeing at home

Taking part in physical activity is not just an important way to look after your physical wellbeing. There are a number of other benefits to taking part in daily activity, including:

  • Boost your mental wellbeing
  • Improve your fitness and strength
  • Improve your sleep
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves productivity

There is a huge range of free online sessions and home workouts that you can get involved with. Check out the free NHS home workouts that are available.

If this isn't for you, there are lots of other option such as yoga, dancing and stretching.

The DMUactive free virtual offer will continue to provide online content that is open to all DMU staff and students. There are three strands to the offer, helping us to ensure that we provide something for everyone: the virtual timetable#KeepDMUactive and How to with DMUactive.

Join in and let them know how you are staying active at home by using #KeepDMUactive to share what you have been doing - they would love to hear from you! You can also contact them if you have any questions about a workout or a live session, just drop them a message or take a look at the session descriptions.

Twitter - @dmuactive

Instagram - @DMU_active

DMU Leisure are streaming weekly live home workouts that all DMU staff and students can get involved with, take a look at their current timetable. You can join their workouts via the DMU Leisure App or via DMU Livestream, and you don’t need to sign up to attend a session! You can also follow them on Twitter and Instagram using @DMULeisure. 

Missed one of the DMU Leisure workouts, you can still take part in the workout by heading across to their YouTube channel where they have a range of free home workouts!

BUCS have also created a resource to support you to stay active at home.


 

When doing exercise at home it is important to be aware of your surroundings and make sure that you have enough room to take part in the activities and exercises demonstrated. Work out to your own ability and ensure that you warm up and stretch before commencing any kind of aerobic activity.

The information presented on this site is for general use only and is not intended for people living with any medical conditions who are seeking personal medical advice; it is not a substitute for the advice of your doctor. If you have any questions or concerns about individual health matters or the management of your condition, please consult your local GP.