With people mostly confined to their own home following the latest government advice, Sport England’s ‘Join the Movement’ campaign, created by FCB Inferno, will give people fun and creative ideas on how to get active at home and encourage them to share their own experiences and join the movement online using the hashtag #StayInWorkOut.
Launching with a strong social and digital presence, the campaign will have its own online hub to give access to a range of home workout options – including existing free exercise content and advice from organisations such as the NHS, and workouts from popular fitness brands and influencers such as Les Mills on Demand, Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) and FiiT, many of whom are offering free content and extended trials to help people get easy access to home exercise.
The campaign will also encourage people to go outside close to where they live for one session of exercise a day, alone or with their household, as the Prime Minister set out earlier this week, whether that’s simply for a walk, a jog or a cycle.
Backed by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) and funded by The National Lottery, Join the Movement will kick off with motivational imagery of people getting active and slogans such as “Join the family balancing act” and “No kit, no uniforms, no wrong moves.”
Sport England wants the public to not only stay active at this challenging time but to share images and video of the creative ways they’re taking part. Many of these will then be chosen and used in campaign advertising over the coming weeks.
The campaign will be supported by paid media across social and digital, and will be aimed at a broad, national audience of men and women of all ages, with web content also supporting people who want to get active with their children and the over 70s.
Assets that partners, organisations and individuals can use to help spread the word and create their own materials and activities are also being created.
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