Listed below are some resources to help you get active in a way that suits you - whether you're a complete beginner or wanting to increase your activity levels.
Please be aware that some groups and services mentioned are on hold during the coronavirus outbreak.
Active Rutland offers an Exercise Referral Scheme for adults with health conditions who may benefit from increasing their physical activitiy. As part of their Workplace Health programme, they can also work with employers to inspire healthier workforces.
If you want to find out what local activites and clubs are available, you can visit our Sport and Fitness section or search the Active Rutland website. If you're interested in an activity or club but don't want to commit just yet, some will offer taster sessions.
This Girl Can can help figure out a way of getting active that’s right for you.
Grow Together is a volunteer project, created to inspire a love of growing food and flowers and an active lifestyle through gardening, in communities across Rutland.
Their Live Well section is a great place to start your journey, with numerous hints and tips for a healthy lifestyle, including exercising.
If you have a health condition and want to increase your physical activity, you may benefit from being referred to Active Rutland's Exercise Referral Scheme.
Walking is one of the easiest ways to get more active. The NHS's Walking for health page offers walking-related advice and guidance. There are lots of scenic walking routes in Rutland, including The Rutland Round - a circular walk of about 65 miles round the county. You could even join a walking group. Rutland County Council holds information on the local Public Rights of Way.
The Rutland Running and Triathlon Club supports all 3 triathlon disciplines and has multiple club sessions every week.
Rutland Velo Club offers the opportunity for cyclists of any age and fitness or experience level to participate in novice events and competitive races.
The first step is to consult with your GP or another health professional about your options.
If you are eligible, they may refer you to Active Rutland's Exercise Referral Scheme, designed for adults who have health conditions and could benefit from increased physical activity.