Whether you walk, roll, or run our accessible, self-guided program allows you to improve your fitness your way. Are you ready to take on the Strive for 5 or Couch to 5K challenge?
Accessible Activities Your Way
We know how important getting out, keeping moving, and connected has been to you during the pandemic. We want to help beginners to fitness to get active, and those looking for a fitness challenge to keep active. Whether you walk, roll, or run our accessible, self-guided program allows you to improve your fitness your way.
An introduction from Mark to Living Options Keep Active and Couch to 5K Your Way and Strive for 5 in British Sign Language
Get Started – Indoor Exercises
You don’t have to leave the house to take part in the Strive for 5 fitness challenge. There are lots of exercises you can try out at home, why not set yourself a target to workout an extra five minutes each week, or try a different exercise each week.
We’ve put together a playlist of some of our favourites.
Accessible Fitness Sessions in BSL
Exciting news! Our team have produced our very own accessible fitness exercises in BSL now available on our YouTube Channel. This set of accessible exercise sessions, both seated and standing, subtitled and in British Sign Language (BSL) are delivered by fully trained and experienced personal trainers. And a wellness practitioner provides two sessions on managing and reducing levels of stress.
Walk, Roll or Run, do it Your Way
Strive for 5 – Your Way
Our friends at Parkrun have devised the Parkwalk Strive for 5, which is an 8 week guide to successfully complete a 5K walk.
Our team has tested the Strive for 5, and believes that anyone at any fitness level can complete the 8-week program by adapting it to meet their fitness level and goals. Use the guide to measure your weekly progress, you can walk or roll at the same pace throughout the program or you can alter the pace you roll and walk as indicated in the guide.
Whether you walk, run or roll we want to support you in achieving improved fitness your way. We have some hints and tips for wheelchair users, a WhatsApp group to keep connected with others, and will share inspiring stories and motivating workouts on our social media to keep you focused.
The exercises shared and promoted by Living Options Devon are for educational and entertainment purposes only, and is not to be interpreted as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, product, or course of action. There are risks related to exercising and taking part in these or any other activities or exercise programmes that may result in a risk of injury, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition. Living Options Devon disclaims any liability from and in connection with the activities and exercises it shares and promotes. To reduce the risk of injury, before beginning any exercise programme, please consult your healthcare provider. As with any exercise, if at any point during your workout you begin to feel faint, dizzy or have physical discomfort you should stop immediately and seek medical advice.