The next few weeks and months are going to be difficult for many people in the UK, particularly young people. Unable to attend school, find work or socialise with friends, the next few months has the potential to be a very difficult time for many young people's mental health. While we can't solve everything, taking a proactive approach to looking after your mental health is a good idea at any time, but especially so in the current situation.

Over the last nine months, we've put together a number of resources to help young people at different times, and we felt it would be a good idea to collate these into one place to make it easier to find and refer back to when needed.

Youth Wellbeing Week

Just before Christmas our athlete mentors delivered a series of free webinars, highlighting tips, tricks and techniques to help with wellbeing over the winter period. Sessions covered Dreaming Big, Goal Setting, Dealing with Stress, Confidence and Wellbeing. Each session was delivered by a world class athlete and lasts between 20 and 30 minutes. You can watch Paralypic swimming champion Liz Johnson's session on Drean Big below and you can view all five videos on our YouTube channel.

Stay in Work Out

Back in March and April our athletes created a series of short workout videos to help people exercise safely at home or in a garden. Now the weather is colder and running, cycling or walking may not be as appealing, sessions like these are invaluable to keep you fit and motivated. It's also been proven that keeping physically fit is helpful in maintaining good mental health. Over twenty videos were created, check out inline skating star Rich Parker's top three tips for exercising at home below and you can find the rest once again on our YouTube channel.

Mental Health Awareness Week Videos

Our athletes also created a series of short videos for Mental Health Awareness Week back in May last year. Each one contains a top tip to maintaining positive mental health, whether that's being mindful, taking time out or moving your body with kindness, there are practical tips for everyone in here. Again, all the videos are on our YouTube channel and below you can watch taekwondo star Henry Cookey talking about not stressing about things outside of your control.