Staying Active at Home
We want to give all of our participants access to valuable exercises, skills drills and activities to help everyone stay active and engaged with the programme at home, with all Super 1s sessions currently suspended.
We have designed an activity pack containing a series of challenges to help keep people active whilst at home. Please check this page every week and we’ll have a new activity for you to take part in.
This weeks activity can be downloaded here.
We have our latest cricket skills challenge set by a member of one of England's disability cricket squads for you to take on below.
You can also take on Kian's Weekly Wordsearch Challenges below. Kian, who attends Super 1s in Yorkshire, wants you to complete the wordsearches he is creating for all our participants.
If you have not had the chance to take on previous activity follow the links below:
Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Week 11 | Week 12 | Week 13 | Week 14 | Week 15
Please feel free to share videos or photos of your activity with us via email and on social media and tag the Lord’s Taverners when you do, using #couchcricket
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Super 1s skills | Batting (bat taps)
Bradley Donovan gives an insight into life during lockdown for young people living with a disability
Here's some of your recent challenges that have been sent in
Looking after your mental heath
Here are a number of really helpful resources that can help you look after your mental health during these uncertain and strange times:
Look out for your Super 1s friends!
A call or a message can go a long way at this time, and is good for both your and your friends' mental health.
Other ways to keep active
Here are some useful links to some exercises and challenges that you can do at home that will keep you active and healthy: