Welsh Paralympic stars can lead the way in inspiring disabled people and those with long-term health conditions to try and stay fit and healthy during the current lockdown.
Athletes such as Nathan Stephens and wheelchair motocross world champion Lily Rice have already posted videos online showing ways of remaining active.
But now Disability Sport Wales (DSW) chief executive Fiona Reid is on a mission to broaden those messages to everyone in Wales with a disability - especially those with certain health risks that might restrict their ability to exercise outdoors.
The support, she says, also needs to be directed towards people who may have difficulties in getting connected online.
With leisure centres closed, exercise classes postponed, and social distancing limiting everyone’s ability to stay fit in fun face-to-face settings, the extra difficulties facing people with disabilities have been brought into sharper focus.
Getting out in the fresh air can be big challenge for some, which is why successful campaigns – such as Get Out, Get Active – now have to be adapted.