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Stay Well @ Home

We want to support all of you that are doing your best to follow the national guidelines, staying at home and finding new ways of keeping physically active. 

Our range of Stay Well @ Home content will help you keep a positive frame of mind during this difficult time. Follow our social media channels @UniKentSports for more great content.

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From fitness tips to nutrition and much more, our social media channels are a great resource for all your at-home workouts. Make sure you follow us @UniKentSports to get involved. And don't forget to tag us in your at-home fitness and wellbeing posts!

#KentSport #UniversityofKent #StayWellAtHome

ALL Active social sports

The ALL Active programme (formerly Let’s Play) provides a range of fun, social activities for all students and staff on the Canterbury campus.  

Our motto is simple – Inclusive, Social, Relaxed. There’s no commitment to sign up to multiple sessions, you only do what you want. All equipment is provided, so all you need to do is book and turn up ready to play! Our sessions are inclusive – we only ask that you come ready to have fun!  

Physio services continue

The Physiotherapy Clinic remains open. We will be providing face-to-face appointments and online consultations.

Look after your wellbeing

In this uncertain time, it's important to reflect on your own mental and physical wellbeing and get the support you need.


Search for your next workout with #GetBUCSActive. On demand fitness-related videos from universities across the country.

Campus routes

We've put together some great routes of varying length across the Canterbury campus, so you can get out and explore more of our beautiful surroundings. The map link below will help you plan your next walk, run or cycle.

Campus routes sponsored by HR GO Recruitment and Sporting Events UK

Kent Sport phased reopening

From Monday 16 August, we will enter the next stage of phased reopening.

While many restrictions have now ended, some are still in place. See our Coronavirus webpage for guidance on using Kent Sport facilities.

Top 10 fitness tips

Start lightly

While it's tempting to start the new year with high intensity activity this is a sure fire way of making it unsustainable. Whatever you start doing, start lightly.

Exercise buddy

Training on your own is hard, so stay motivated by finding a like-minded friend or colleague who can train at the same level as you.

Lounge 'Hi-Lo'

There’s plenty of online content available bringing the studio to the nations’ living rooms. Ease yourself in with Kent Sport Stay Well @ Home

Walk this way!

Walking is one of the most accessible forms of physical activity and has great wellbeing benefits as well as the obvious physical ones. 

Bicycle ride

Cycling offers many training benefits and is accessible to everyone. Virtual platforms like Peloton or Zwift bring the pro-cycling world to your living room.

Get a 'Virtual pet'

Imagine you have a dog to walk every day. Going out regardless of rain or shine to walk that ‘Virtual Pet’ will help increase your daily activity.

Power playlist

It's proven that music makes a difference when you exercise. Nowadays, you can build your own mega music mix on your smart phone.


Listening to a Podcast can help provide structure to low intensity or holistic workouts and training sessions or great company on a brisk walk. 

Park and Ramble

If you commute to campus challenge yourself to ‘Park & Ramble’. Park as far away as possible on campus and walk to your desk for added daily activity. 

Stay Well @ Home

Make sure you check this page regularly for updates to virtual classes, new workouts, wellbeing tips and much more.

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