Being active

Add five ways to wellbeing into your day

​Whether the going is good or times are tough, research has shown that five key actions can make a real difference to... read more about Add five ways to wellbeing into your day»

Eight of the most common ways kids get injured

Childhood injuries are common. Thankfully most of these are minor. But every year in New Zealand children are badly... read more about Eight of the most common ways kids get injured»

Everyday activities can be hard. Here’s how to keep going

It can often be good for you, both physically and psychologically, to keep doing everyday activities. These tips may... read more about Everyday activities can be hard. Here’s how to keep going»

Get on your bike and ride

It’s not a bicycle race! It’s just a fun, healthy and fast way to get around. NZTA has a collection of resources... read more about Get on your bike and ride»

How to get back into the community after an illness or injury

It is important to get back into activities with other people after an illness, injury, or surgery – but it can seem... read more about How to get back into the community after an illness or injury»

Keeping active: every bit of movement counts

Keeping active is one of the best things you can do for your health. And the good news is, every bit of movement... read more about Keeping active: every bit of movement counts»

The 11+ football warm up

Fit4Football recommends all players and referees follow the 11+ warm up three times a week: twice at training and once... read more about The 11+ football warm up»

Wait, kids need MORE exercise than adults?

Yes. Physical activity is an essential part of life for all children and young people. Try some of these suggestions to... read more about Wait, kids need MORE exercise than adults?»

Where to play touch rugby

Fun for everybody regardless of age or experience.... read more about Where to play touch rugby»

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