What’s the right activity for me?

Being more active is a great way to get more out of life and start feeling good. There are loads of great activities for you to choose from, however fit (or unfit) you think you are.

Whether you’re looking for something you do alone, or with a friend. Or something you can do at home, or out and about. If you want to do something free, or don’t mind paying for something a bit more exciting. If you’re old, young, big or small you can join in and feel good. Even if you’ve never been active before, or you have a long-term health condition we’ve got lots of activities that can fit around your lifestyle.

We understand that it can be a bit tricky to find an activity at first, that’s why we’ve put together this handy section to tell you a little about what you can do and help get you moving in the right direction. Let’s get started!

Walking

Walking

Walking let’s you enjoy all the benefits of a healthy aerobic exercise, without putting pressure on your joints or pushing yourself too hard.

Jogging

Jogging

Jogging can be one of the simplest and cheapest ways to get fit, and it’s great for burning calories too.

Cycling

Cycling

Cycling is a great, fun way to keep active and burn calories without putting too much pressure on your joints. Compared to running and other aerobic activities, cycling is really low impact.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Tai chi is an activity that can not only keep you fit and healthy but help you relax and de-stress too. The low impact nature of tai chi makes it ideal for beginners.

Yoga

Yoga

Yoga can be a fantastic way to enjoy a more relaxed life and feel good. It doesn’t matter what shape you’re in or how old you are, as yoga is an activity that most people can join in with.

Tennis

Tennis

Whether you’re a budding amateur or the next Andy Murray, there’s no better time to pick up the racket and get playing. Liverpool clubs offer very sociable, welcoming places to play tennis.

Gardening

Gardening

Just 30-45 minutes of gardening a day can give your heart and lungs a great workout and burn as many as 150-300 calories which is similar to jogging and cycling.