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Physical activity resources about coronavirus

12 Feb 2023
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You can use the resources on this page to encourage physical activity during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tips for getting active


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Tips for getting active during coronavirus

  • Try a free workout on YouTube. There are options for all fitness levels, from yoga and strength workouts to Pilates and high intensity interval training (HIIT).
  • Our This Girl Can – Victoria ambassador Sana has some great tips on exercising at home.
  • Try an interactive online class - personal trainers, dance instructors and other qualified fitness professionals are using platforms like Facebook Live and Zoom to get people active. This provides social connection too.
  • Create a strength routine using cans/jars of food or filled water bottles as weights. Grab your weights and do bicep curls, squats and lunges.
  • Run, walk or star jump on the spot for 30 seconds to get your heart rate up.
  • For the latest on physical distancing in relation to sport and exercise visit:




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Keep It Moving exercise guide

 Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute Illustrated guides that show you ways you can exercise during coronavirus.
New survey: 40% of Aussies working from home walking less during lockdown Heart Foundation Media release about how to increase your walking during self isolation.


Useful tools

VicSport is posting coronavirus updates for sports clubs, including information about business support packages.

The Heart Foundation has information about keeping active with your family and also for those who are quarantined or working remotely.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has a questions and answers resource about keeping active during coronavirus. 




Click here to see more videos from AFL Players.

You can also try these Wellah workouts to get active at home. See more about the Wellah team at

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