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Get the most out of life! With the help of our specialist advisors, we'll give you the support you need to get active.

At Live Active, we’ll help you build the confidence you need to make positive lifestyle changes. We’ll personalise our support to make sure it meets your needs. With our one-to-one catch-ups and supported activity sessions we’ll make sure you get the package that’s right for you.

Our Live Active Advisors are with you every step of the way helping you stay on track and achieve your goals - leaving you feeling great and getting the most out of life.​

Cost: Free
Fee may apply for supported activity.

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Keeping Active at Home

With normal routines and lifestyles being impacted by the global Coronavirus pandemic, maintaining a level of mental and physical wellbeing has never been so important. This is being made even more difficult by restriction of movement and social distancing, meaning being active at home may be the only way for us to exercise.

Click on the resources below to find out how to stay active at home:

Glasgow Club Working (Out) From Home

If you are a Glasgow Club member and use our gyms, you might not be able to join us at the moment for your regular exercise, but we can bring our workouts to you at home!

Glasgow Club Mental Wellbeing

It's important to take care of your mind as well as your body, especially if you have to stay at home because of coronavirus. The Glasgow Club have put tips and resources together to help you keep on top of your mental wellbeing.

NHS Stay Active, Stay Steady

NHSGGC have developed a series of exercises you can do at home that will help you work on improving your strength and balance. There are seated and standing options depending on your ability, so remember to ease yourself in gently.

Stay Active, Stay Steady Seated Exercise:

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Stay Active, Stay Steady Standing Exercise:

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BHF Cardiac rehabilitation

The British Heart Foundation have made their cardiac rehabilitation exercise videos available online, which are designed to be used in the comfort of your own home and are suitable for anyone who has received a cardiac rehabilitation assessment and started or completed a programme.

You can view the introduction video below and links to the rest of the videos down the page:

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  1. An introduction to cardiac rehab at home
  2. Seated programme
  3. Level 1 programme
  4. Level 2 programme
  5. Level 3 programme
  6. Level 4 programme
  7. Level 5 programme

BHF Stay Strong at Home

Physical activity doesn't need to be expensive or take up lots of your time. Use things you already have around the house and get active while watching TV or listening to music. Watch the video below and try these everyday equivalents to weights, in the comfort of your own home.

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NHS Easy Exercises

Low-impact exercises can improve your health and fitness without harming your joints. Examples of sitting, strength, flexibility and balance exercises are included below:

Chair Based/Sitting Exercises

Flexibility

Balance

NHS 10 minute Workouts

Short on time? Hate the gym? Too tired to exercise after work? These 10-minute workouts are just what you need. These equipment-free fitness routines are great to do at home and short enough for you to easily fit them into your daily schedule.

Pilates & Yoga

Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on balance, posture, strength and flexibility. It's suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. Yoga focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.

The Body Coach Beginner Workouts

The Body Coach, Joe Wicks, shows you how to be active at home using simple and easy exercises.

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