As COVID-19 restrictions are gradually lifted across the United Kingdom, people can now use outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts, and open-air swimming pools. They can also take part in formally-organised outdoor sports.
Getting outside is a refreshing way to exercise in the fresh air.
It can start with a simple leisurely walk that can give you a break from the house. Or you can go for a run.
If that seems a daunting prospect, the NHS's Couch to 5K programme has helped thousands of people take up running successfully.
Spread out over nine weeks, it builds up confidence as well as the fitness of beginners.
Nike is the home of elite athletes across the world and its Nike Run Club offers you the tools you need to run better, whether you are a beginner or have more experience.
With features such as GPS run tracking, audio-guided runs and customised coaching plans, you can reach your goals and have fun along the way.
Cycling is another easy way to improve your cardiovascular health with less strain on your joints.
British Cycling's Let's Ride Local programme gives tips on how to get on your bike, find local cycling routes, stay safe and have fun.
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