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Indoor activities

You may want to exercise indoors from the comfort of your own home, or use it as a time to socialise with or meet new friends. Either way there are plenty of activities out there which are accessible, such as swimming, ten pin bowling and gymnastics.

When Ken, one of our See Sport Differently supporters, lost his sight he realised changes needed to be made. His life had undeniably changed, but he was determined to keep up the exercise he loved.

Ken’s story: Why change doesn’t equal inactivity

Ken, a keen swimmer, was able to continue exercising in his local pool by making small changes. With the support of his friends, Ken has managed to keep active and even improve his fitness.

Find out how Ken got into swimming…

Explore activities

There are plenty more activities out there if you haven’t found one that is quite right for you. Head over to British Blind Sport’s website to explore other options, like ten pin bowling and gymnastics.

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Find an activity for you

Take our quiz to find the ideal activity for you to get involved. It’s time to start your journey.

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Get inspired

Just like Ken, we have nine other people who are sharing their stories on how they got active. We want to help you do the same.

Discover our stories

Workout from home

Try out one of our home workouts if you want to start exercising from your own home.

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