We Are Undefeatable
We know that the way your arthritis affects you can be unpredictable, which makes the little victories important, even when it comes to being active. It doesn’t matter whether it’s something small and new, or just that little bit more of something you already do, being active is about what works for you. However you get moving – it all makes a difference.
COVID-19 Update: We have some great ways for you to get moving available to download below and the We Are Undefeatable website is being regularly updated with tips on staying active, videos and stories. You can read our latest updates on our COVID-19 page.
We are supporting the We Are Undefeatable campaign, along with 15 leading health and social care charities and backed by expertise, insight and National Lottery funding from Sport England, because we know the difference getting active can make.
Find out more about exercising with arthritis and what types of exercises are beneficial for certain conditions:
- Exercises for the back
- Exercises for the elbows
- Exercises for the toes, feet and ankles
- Exercises for the fingers, hands and wrists
- Exercises for the neck
- Exercises for the hips
- Exercises for the knees
- Exercises for the shoulders
Looking for fun ways to get active without any fancy equipment?
Download our printable 'Home Games' to turn your everyday activities into fun movement sessions that you can do with your friends and family. Activities include Laundry Basketball, Plant Pot Hurdles, Pillow Javelin and many more.
Your questions answered
Chat to our Arthritis Virtual Assistant and get answers to your questions on keeping active and exercise 24/7.
We are Undefeatable
Hear more stories and find tools to help you get moving and stay active like the ‘My Daily Undefeatable’ virtual assistant and the ‘5in5’ customisable mini work-out.
Exercising with arthritis
We should all aim to do at least some physical activity every day. Find our tips for getting active with arthritis and more exercises to manage pain.
We Are Undefeatable: Leony's story
Join our online community
Join our online community and speak to others who've experienced similar challenges and successes with exercise.
Top tips for walking with arthritis
We’ve pulled together tips on how to get started and ways to make walking part of your daily routine.
“Before my surgery, the pain was always on, it interfered with everything.”
Richard, 37, has osteoarthritis and first experienced symptoms when he was four. Here he shares his story of living with arthritis.
How to stay motivated to exercise?
Leon shares his advice on ways to find what exercise works for you and tips to keep motivated.