Staying active

There are many benefits to staying physically active, you can get to know new people, share a new experience and find confidence in learning something new.

You can find out more about exercise on the NHS website

Important notice – if you have any long term health conditions, please consult you GP prior to taking part in the following activities

Adapted Cycle Scheme

For people with more profound and complex needs, you may wish to access the Adapted Cycle scheme at East Park. This scheme offers a wide range of adapted cycles so that people with a wide range of mobility difficulties can get on a bike and go for a ride.

NHS Fitness Studio

The NHS Fitness Studio has a variety of online fitness classes that you can follow to help you get fit and healthy in the comfort of your own home.

Living Made Easy

The Living Made Easy website has a range of inclusive exercise and gym equipment that has been adapted to support people with disabilities.

The Activity Alliance

The Activity Alliance, formerly known as the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is an organisation dedicated to disability sport. Their aim is to be the united voice of disability sport seeking to promote inclusion and achieve equality of sporting opportunities for disabled people.

If you have a disability and not sure how to start getting active, the Activity Alliance have some great resources to help you on your way.

Healthy hearts

Your heart age is an easy way of seeing how your health and lifestyle may affect your heart. You can calculate your heart age by answering a few simple and quick questions on the British Heart Foundation's website.

Other resources supplied by the British Heart Foundation.

Community directory

Search the community directory for local groups, activities and services

Access the Community Directory

Live It Hull

Hull has all the facilities you need to stay active and social. There are leisure centres, parks with pools and sports halls perfect for any exercise.

Access Live It Hull