Throughout lockdown the Swans have been taking part in daily challenges set by James each morning. If you follow us on social media, you may have seen what some of them have entailed. There has been an array of different tasks, from sharing your favourite children’s TV show to quizzes and guessing games. We do love a challenge, which is why we have decided to up our game a bit (quite a lot actually!).
For our next challenge the Swans will be getting active, as we head to Swansea!!!! This group challenge will see us travel the 482km from Norwich to Swan Street in Swansea over the course of the next month. Now, however much we would love to physically travel across the country, it’s just not possible or safe. So instead we will be doing it virtually! Using health apps, the Swans will clock the distance they all run and walk each day. These will get totted up and recorded so that all our joint activities will hopefully get us to Swansea.
The maths works out around 25km per Swan, which can be achieved by their preferred method of exercise. It could simply be recording their dog walk or jumping on the dread mill even just popping to the shops. You will be amazed how much it all adds up.
We will be starting from the nest in Norwich this week and plan to share our progress on social media. Wellbeing is very important to us at Indigo Swan and this challenge is a great way for us all to get active and encourage each other to get moving. We hope you will follow us on our journey!
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