Para sprinter Rhys Jones is keeping both his body and mind in health during the current lockdown – thanks to a flexible approach and the care of others.
The Great Britain international – a Paralympian in both London 2012 and Rio de Janeiro in 2016 – has been grounded at his Clydach Vale home for the past few weeks.
But like every disabled person, he is well used to developing a resourceful nature he believes can serve everyone – not just elite athletes - trying to cope with these new additional challenges.
For Jones, that has meant changes in his training routine and a fresh appreciation when other people stay in touch.
“All my running is on the road at the moment because we don't have a park or a large grass area, so that's taken a bit of getting used to over the last couple of weeks," he says.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist is keen to share some tips from his training regime in order to help others stay fit and motivated during the current crisis.
Jones, whose motto is "I can and I will. Watch me" has been posting YouTube videos demonstrating how people can keep fit in their own living rooms. They are also on his Twitter account - @RhysJonesRuns.