By Cheshire East - 13th November 2017 6:04am
This sounds like a recommendation to join the community gym in the new Public Hall Annexe!
Cheshire East Council and its partners are offering a range of advice and support to residents on how to keep warm, well and safe this winter.
This week, we urge people to keep active during the winter months.
The dark nights and cold weather can leave us feeling low but regular exercise is great for your physical health and fitness and has also been proven to help your mental wellbeing.
If you can stay active, even moderate exercise can bring health benefits.
If possible, you should try and get up and move around at least once an hour. If walking is difficult, chair-based exercises and simply moving your arms and legs are helpful.
Health and wellbeing manager Donna Williamson, of Everybody Sport and Recreation, the trust that manages the council's leisure centres, said: "To feel the benefits, it's really important to exercise regularly and an ideal way to start increasing your physical activity is a daily 20-30 minute walk. We also have qualified Nordic walking instructors to lead you on exciting trails as part of a group.
"If the weather won't allow you to spend too long outside, there are plenty of indoor activities available and numerous classes running at our leisure centres and swimming pools across the borough.
"We have great fitness activities for all ages and abilities. For the over 50s there are aerobics classes and walking football and walking netball sessions, which take place at leisure centres and are a great way to get back into the game."
For more information about Everybody Sport and Recreation facilities and classes, visit: everybody.org.uk or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exploring Cheshire East's landscape and attractions on foot is a great way to keep active and have fun during winter.
For further winter-related advice, visit: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/livewell and scroll down to the winter wellbeing section.
Details of events taking place near you, which can help you to keep active, can also be found via www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/livewell and by clicking on the community activities tab.
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