headspace has teamed up with The Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians to launch the Keep Moving campaign, that shows some of Australia’s biggest sports stars joining together to demonstrate the importance of exercise and activity in not only keeping our bodies fit and healthy, but in maintaining our mental health too.
The series of videos filmed at home by Adam Goodes (former AFL), Samantha Stosur (tennis player), Alyssa Healey (cricket player), Tayla Harris (AFLW) and Chris O’Connell (tennis player), shows what they are doing to keep active to support their physical and mental health.
Along with The Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians, we want to encourage all Australians to keep moving during COVID-19, to make sure we get the benefits of staying physically fit for both our bodies and our minds, and provides ideas on how we might all incorporate more activities in our day.
So what are you doing to keep moving in iso?
Adam Goodes, AFL Legend
Sam Stosur, Tennis Player
Chris O'Connell, Tennis Player
Alyssa Healy, Cricket Player
Tayla Harris, AFLW Player
We're still here for you during COVID-19
Important health information
- Keep a 1.5m distance from people you don’t live with if you are exercising outside
- Wash your hands with soap often and before and after you exercise. Don’t touch your face
- Don’t touch outdoor Gym or shared sports equipment
- Check your state isolation measures for detailed updates on regulations
- Don’t exercise If you feel unwell and consult your GP if you are worried
For the latest information regarding Coronavirus COVID-19, please visit the Australian Government website of your relevant state government authority.
- Gives you more energy
- Keeps you busy
- Improves your mood
- Helps your immune system
- Prevents chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity
So move around, try new things and aim for at least 30 minutes a day