Try something new to #BeActiveAtHome!
Updated: Apr 2
Getting and maintaining the motivation to #BeActive while practicing social distancing can be challenging. One way to keep active is finding new or unusual ways of moving. Find some inspiration to try something new by having a look at these top athletes and their current ways of being active.
Professional tennis player, Kristina Mladenovic practices her targeting skills with some delicate downhill golf swings.
Scottish curler Bruce Mouat was supposed to participate in the 2020 World Men's Curling Championship from March 28 to April 5 in front of his home crowd in Glasgow, but the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the European champion keeps being active, and practices yoga in his kitchen, following lessons online.
As the Olympic Games in Tokyo got postponed by a year, Sweden's superstar swimmer, Sarah Sjöström finally has the time to practice esports, that is a family sport for the Sjöströms.
Two-time world champion fencer, Miles Chamley-Watson has picked up archery in his backyard. And apparently, he is not bad at it at all.
Malaysian badminton player, Lai Pei Jing switched her badminton racket to a table tennis one, and used a kitchen table to play a game against her mum.
We hope that these athletes inspire you to try something new and #BeActiveAtHome.