Sport England has launched a new advert and resources as part of its We Are Undefeatable campaign.

The advert, which aired for the first time on 7 July, shows the ups and downs of managing a condition and getting active during the pandemic.

New resources are also being released to help people with long-term conditions keep active at home.

Five in Five is a library of mini workouts of five one-minute rounds which users can customise to work for them.

My Daily Undefeatable is a virtual assistant tool in Facebook Messenger which aims to help with activity planning and motivation.

We Are Undefeatable has also teamed up with Channel 4's Sunday Brunch for the Sunday Crunch campaign.

On 12 July the it took over the segment to highlight the ways viewers with a health condition can get moving.

It also encouraged viewers to to show how they get active using the #SundayCrunchAd hashtag and saying ‘This is my Sunday Crunch’ on Twitter.

Several PIF members are We Are Undefeatable partners including: British Lung Foundation, Breast Cancer Now, Mind, Alzheimer's Society, Asthma UK, Versus Arthritis, Macmillan Cancer Support, Stroke Association, Parkinson's UK, MS Society and Diabetes UK.

Research commissioned by the campaign and released last week found 55% of people with a long-term health condition feel anxious about lockdown being lifted.

Twenty per cent have not left their home since mid-March except for emergencies.

While many people welcome the easing of restrictions, a quarter of those with long-term health conditions say they will not return to communal sport and leisure centres until there is a vaccine, or coronavirus is no longer a threat in the UK.

We Are Undefeatable aims to help these people stay active in their own homes.

A leaflet, including a pull-out practical guide with a range of inclusive, illustrated exercises, is now available to order in hard-copy by emailing [javascript protected email address]

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