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Benefits of…Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise that combines deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements. Originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China, there is growing evidence...

Mark Lawrence

Mark LawrenceTunbridge Wells Everyday Active Champion

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Benefits of…solo exercises

Exercising alone or at home, gives you the flexibility to work out when you want, where you want. Exercising on your own takes a lot of personal strength and discipline...

Lucy TomlinsonKent Sport

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Benefits of…group exercise

Taking a group exercise class or joining a club and working out with your peers can be a great way to socially interact and stay on track to achieve your...

Lucy TomlinsonKent Sport

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Benefits of…walking

The benefits of walking are almost endless, and whether you used to walk regularly, have no experience of walking for exercise, or even if you're living with mobility issues, walking can provide real benefits for your health and welbeing.

Rebecca TunicliffeExplore Kent

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Benefits of…cycling

The many and varied wonders of cycling make it an activity that is loved by people of all ages, all around the world. Kent and Medway offers so many types...

Rebecca TunicliffeExplore Kent

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Explore Kent – easy access trails

Easy access trails are ideal for people with pushchairs, wheelchair users or for those who prefer flatter surfaces with no stiles or gates.

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Benefits of…sports

There really is an activity out there for everyone. For some of us, a gentle introduction to walking is the perfect place to start. For others, activities we can do...

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Benefits of…swimming

This all-round form of exercise brings many benefits, and provides something for all levels of confidence and experience, including those with mobility issues.

Chris WalkerKent Sport

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