As we know the lockdowns have brought many changes and challenges to all our lives whilst at work and leisure. Nearly all of us have had to make huge changes to our daily routines: our ability to exercise as we used to, changes to our work routines or being isolated from friends or family.

For Chiropractic Awareness Week 2021, 12th-18th April, the BCA (British Chiropractic Association) conducted new research with OnePoll, investigating the change in people’s attitude towards their physical health and wellbeing beyond the immediate effects of the pandemic.

The survey revealed that more than half of people (52%) across the UK are planning to use digital fitness resources, such as online home exercise videos, health and wellbeing apps and virtual personal trainers, to remain fit and healthy as they emerge from lockdown. Here are some of the key results from our study:

  • 44% of people want to improve their overall energy levels post-lockdown
  • 36% of people want to generally get more movement into their day post-lockdown
  • 42% of the British public will be taking part in freely accessible activities, such as cycling, running or walking, to stay fit and healthy post-lockdown
  • Since the first lockdown (March 2020), 42% of people have had more time to look after their physical health and wellbeing. 43% of people anticipate spending the same amount of time on routines for their health and wellbeing as lockdown restrictions lift.

The BCA will be using their findings on how to avoid any unnecessary injuries whilst working out digitally.

Tone has made a new video showing how to use the Luck’s Yard app:

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The Luck’s Yard ChiroMoves app has an abundance of short videos demonstrating how to avoid injuries by showing many different stretches and short exercise routines that can be done anytime, anywhere.  We are constantly updating our library of videos so please follow this link to find out more:

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