Keep moving and motivated with #cando
Here at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, our priority is the long-term wellbeing of our employees, clients and business contacts. As we all face this unprecedented crisis together, we’d like to offer help beyond your financial wellbeing and support your physical and mental wellbeing too. To try and keep us all happy and healthy in our homes, we’re going to do something every week to bring you a shot of #cando motivation, which will be housed here and shared on our social media channels.
We’re creating a series of active and wellbeing videos, working with the fantastic TeamedUp and their Olympic and Paralympic athletes, to help you keep moving and motivated at this uncertain time.
Feel free to share the videos with anyone you think might benefit from them or grab someone in your household and start training with a top athlete now.
Talking teamwork with Lizzie Simmonds and Henry Weir
Teamwork is more than simply working together on a project. It’s connecting with your teammates, sharing troubles and goals and, most importantly, it’s about trust. It might seem tough at the moment due to the distance separating us all, so this week, we caught up with two Olympians, Lizzie Simmonds and Henry Weir to talk about teamwork.
Watch our video below.
#wecandothis videos and factsheets
Take a look at our previous videos and factsheets with different athletes covering different topics below.
You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise programme, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in this activity, you agree that you do so at your own risk, you are voluntarily participating in these activities, and you assume all risk of injury to yourself.
This week Henry is sharing some of his top stretching exercises from his living room. Many of us are struggling with being stuck at the home desk for long periods and the aches and pains that go with this lack of movement. So Henry has put together a fantastic set of stretching exercises for you to follow.Read more
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