We Are Undefeatable
We Are Undefeatable is a major campaign to support the 15 million people who live with one or more long-term health condition in England.
The campaign features real life experiences of people with long-term health conditions – both visible and invisible – on their own journeys to being active. It also recognises the unique barriers people living with long-term health conditions face.
The We Are Undefeatable campaign understands that if you have a long term health condition, how you feel can change from day-to-day and sometimes, that can make moving more feel like a challenge.
The campaign also recognises when it comes to finding ways to move, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. In fact, there are many, many ways to be active, including some that you may not realise actually counts!
Ultimately, being active is about finding what works for you. You can start small, and you don't have to get moving when you don't feel up to it.
If you, or someone close to you has a long term health condition, visit the We Are Undefeatable website for inspiration on how to get moving more and for tips on finding something that works for you. You can read real stories from people living with a range of long-term conditions and can find lots of helpful information, including:
- Building activity into daily life
- Get moving around the home
- Digital tools to help you move
- Being active together
- Finding an activity that works for you
- Relax while being active
- Moving more outdoors
- Finding ways to be active for free
- Being active while having fun
- Trying new activities
The We Are Undefeatable campaign is led by 15 major health and social care charities and is backed by expertise, insight and significant National Lottery funding from Sport England, the organisation behind the award-winning This Girl Can campaign.
If you would like to find further advice and information on specific conditions and the charities that represent them, click on the links below.
Breast Cancer Now
British Lung Foundation
British Red Cross
Rethink Mental Illness
Macmillan Cancer Support
Royal Voluntary Service