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We are Undefeatable campaign is back on TV this Summer

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Posted 29th July 2022

The #WeAreUndefeatable campaign, developed by 15 leading health and social care charities, is back on TV with a brand new advert this summer! They’re supporting people with long term health conditions to get active, and showing that even small steps can help you to enjoy the little things in life.

The NEW summer campaign features 4 new inspirational stories from Jagdeep, Phoebe, Simon and Zoe who each share how movement and activity help them whilst living with long term health conditions.

– Jagdeep’s Parkinson’s diagnosis came as a shock, but after some research, he decided to take up boxing.

-Phoebe was diagnosed with MS, depression and anxiety in 2020, but has been able to manage her conditions with the help of her miniature dachshund, Noodle.

– Simon is determined to not let his diabetes stand in the way of his great love for table-tennis.

-After her stroke, Zoe created her own small exercises to start rebuilding her strength and mobility.

You can find out more about the We Are Undefeatable Campaign HERE.

You can find out more about getting active with a long term health condition HERE.

Our summer PR activity, Move To Your Mood launches this week

Alongside the new TV advert, coverage of our summer PR activity, #MoveToYourMood,will be landing this week. Keep an eye out for media and press coverage of our 3 follow-along routine videos featuring We Are Undefeatable case studies and our celebrity ambassador, Gok Wan.We know that one of the barriers in having the confidence to undertake physical activity is how you are feeling. That’s why We Are Undefeatable wants to support people in finding the confidence to enjoy physical activity and inspire them to start their day by moving to their mood.

Watch the video now

There’s a video for whatever your mood is each day, whether you’re Feeling Relaxed, Needing A Boost or Feeling Energised.We will be sharing the hero video on our social channels, encouraging people to visit the new Move To Your Move page on our site where they can use the new exercise videos. We hope you will join us in supporting our press activity and share our message that getting active is all about doing what works for you.You can reshare our social posts and share the videos directly from our YouTube channel.

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