We Are Undefeatable: Latest campaign and resources

We’re proud to be part of the We Are Undefeatable campaign which released new resources and case studies this summer. We Are Undefeatable is a national campaign and movement formed of 15 health and social care charities, backed by funding and insight from Sport England and the National Lottery. The main aim of the campaign is to encourage people with long-term health conditions to be active.

As part of this summer’s PR activity, We Are Undefeatable launched a new TV advert aimed at inspiring and supporting those living with long-term health conditions to manage their condition through small bursts of physical activity.

Because life with a health condition can make getting active challenging, finding something that works for you can go a long way to help you enjoy the bigger things in life. Learn how Phoebe, Simon, Zoe and Jagdeep have found ways to stay active despite the challenges they faced when being diagnosed with a long-term health condition.

Physical activity resources

Every move enables more. Tailored for people living with long-term health conditions, We Are Undefeatable have also launched the Move to Your Mood video series. Consisting of three follow-along five minute sessions, there’s a video for whatever your mood is each day, whether you’re Feeling Relaxed, Needing a Boost or Feeling Energised.

The sessions are presented by personal trainer Sandra Shaw and feature different We Are Undefeatable case studies, as well as campaign ambassador Gok Wan. You can choose to do the sessions standing or seated and you will be shown how to adjust the movements to suit you, or how to add an extra challenge by using household items.

For more resources from the We Are Undefeatable campaign have a look at the Make Your Move video series containing six different activity sessions, each with a different theme and focus, including energising activities to help with stamina, boxing to support coordination, and mindful movement to alleviate stress.

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