Wyndham City offers tips to residents to stay fit during Covid-19 restrictions

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Daily videos on fitness, online yoga courses, Cr Maynard offers a few tips for residents to stay active

Wyndham City Council is helping residents enjoy 30 minutes of exercise daily, while social distancing to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

Sports Development portfolio holder, Cr Peter Maynard, said while residents were not out and about as usual, it was important to keep active physically to support everyone’s health and mental wellbeing.

“Council has developed a new website, Wyndham Together, and together with WynActive, we will show you easy ways to exercise and stay healthy, while keeping up social distancing measures,” Cr Maynard said.

You will have access to free online yoga and Pilates sessions, sports coaching drills, low impact chair-based workouts, and healthy nutrition tips, with a focus on supporting mental wellbeing: Cr Maynard

“WynActive will deliver a diverse a range of live fitness and sports programs, which will be available on demand on the Wyndham Together website.”

“You will have access to free online yoga and Pilates sessions, sports coaching drills, low impact chair-based workouts, and healthy nutrition tips, with a focus on supporting mental wellbeing.”

“Council and WynActive social media pages will have new videos uploaded constantly, so you’ll have a wide variety of exercises to choose from to reach your 30-minute a day target.”

“If you don’t like the internet, there are also plenty of other options to keep active. You can go for a walk or run—while adhering to social distancing measures—do exercises at home or enjoy a spot of gardening.”

“You don’t need to be a member of a gym or sports club to do exercise, you can go for a walk—while adhering to social distancing measures—do exercises at home, enjoy a spot of gardening or take a virtual exercise class online.”


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