Organised sport may have come to a halt, but there are plenty of imaginative and enjoyable ways to look after your physical and mental health.
What’s more – people can still enjoy the great outdoors, provided they follow the government advice on social distancing.
With the coronavirus outbreak strictly limiting some people’s normal ways to exercise, then just going for a walk or run, being active in the garden, or the home, are all vital activities to make us feel better.
Being on top of your game physically will also help you bounce back from illness more quickly and boost your immune system as well as your spirits.
Brian Davies, acting chief executive of Sport Wales, has urged everyone in the country to take time to consider what they can do to stay healthy.
“These are extraordinarily difficult times for everyone in Wales, but it’s absolutely vital that people look after their own health and well-being,” he says.
“The message is keep active, but stay safe. Get outside at some point in your day, even if it’s just to go for a walk.
“Group activities, like Parkrun or cycling groups, may have been suspended. But people can still run on their own, jump on their bikes, or walk together as a family with the kids in the park, or out in the countryside.