Resources: Sport and Physical Activity

Ella's WheelPower Workouts

Ella Beaumont (GB Wheelchair Basketball Under 25 Women’s European Championships silver medalist) takes you through circuit sessions aimed to keep you fit from the comfort of your home.

Adaptive Yoga with Nina

Yoga is a safe and effective way to increase strength, flexibility and your balance that can lead to improvements in both your physical and mental wellbeing. These videos last approximately 30 minutes, so make sure it’s nice and quiet for relaxation.

Ben's WheelPower Workouts

Check out some home workout classes delivered by Ben Clark, a personal trainer and owner of Adapt To Perform, the world's largest platform for adapted fitness.

Resistance Band Exercises

Resistance training builds resistive power in body muscles and there are many benefits to adding these exercises to your weekly routine. These exercises are good for joints as they strengthen stabiliser muscles without posing a threat of muscular rupture. Resistance training is low impact exercise...

Workouts for Young People

Welcome to the new WheelPower Workouts aimed at Young People. Over the coming months, we will be releasing a new workout every fortnight and will have 10 new sessions for you to enjoy. Although these classes will be aimed at both primary and secondary aged children that doesn't mean that they can't...

Talk About Taking Part

Wheelchair users call for sport providers to offer more local accessible opportunities There is a clear need for sports providers to offer more local sport and physical activity opportunities, which are accessible for wheelchair users, new research reveals. The findings in a new report by...

Wheelchair Slalom

Wheelchair Slalom is a fun, fast paced and exciting sport with the overall aim of navigating through a course with challenging obstacles. It has previously been an international event at the Paralympic Games with its inclusion in the event programme from Tokyo 1964 to Seoul 1988. Due to the many...

Adaptive Yoga with Fredee

Join Frederique Sardais for a series of new yoga classes that explores different aspects of grounding, based on variations of classical yoga poses with and without the use of props or partner assist.

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