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UK’s biggest charity skipping challenge is on!
Former BBC Unsung Hero and founder of UK charity Sports Traider - Lance Haggith - is calling for the whole nation to join sporting heroes, celebrities and frontline NHS workers to #Jump4Health and help to tackle the impact Covid-19 has had on people’s mental health. The UK’s biggest charity skipping challenge, launches on National Skipping Day, Friday 23 April.
“In the last 13 months we have seen a dramatic increase in young children, and also parents and guardians, who have been struggling to cope during the lockdown. Feelings of isolation and even being subject to abuse in the home has all been really tough.
Lance adds: “Seeing all of the images of nurses and doctors in distress - worn out, shattered from the increased pressure - we all need to pull together as we look to the future.
“We want the whole nation behind us and skipping is such a great way to get involved. Skipping not only helps with fitness levels but also we have seen for ourselves the impact it can have on a person’s mental health.”
Here’s BBC Sports Presenter Mike Bushnell to show you how it’s done. 
Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 
Jump to it. Nominate. Donate
1. Post a 20 second skipping clip on your social media 
2. Tag us using #jump4health and #sportstraider. We’ll be sharing your clips  on our social media too.
3. Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 
4. Like or follow #jumpforhealth and Sports Traider on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and, most importantly, SHARE you progress.
Here’s Darren O'Sullivan, Head Coach, Runcorn ABC Gym 
Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 
A HUGE thank you from all of us at Jump4Health. You are amazing. We cannot wait to see your clips. 
Let’s get our nation moving again. Jump To It!
Your donations will help the powerful work of Sports Traider as we tackle UK mental health issues, and invest in sports participation projects. We also help whole communities by offering work experience to the disabled, young people, the long-term unemployed, disadvantaged groups, and ex-offenders. So far more than 3,000 days of work experience have been provided.

JUMP TO IT & JOIN US

 
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K’s biggest charity skipping challenge is on! Former BBC Unsung Hero and founder of UK charity Sports Traider - Lance Haggith - is calling for the whole nation to join sporting heroes, celebrities and frontline NHS workers to #Jump4Health and help to tackle the impact Covid-19 has had on people’s mental health. The UK’s biggest charity skipping challenge, launched on National Skipping Day, Friday 23 April.


“In the last 13 months we have seen a dramatic increase in young children, and also parents and guardians, who have been struggling to cope during the lockdown. Feelings of isolation and even being subject to abuse in the home has all been really tough. Lance adds: “Seeing all of the images of nurses and doctors in distress - worn out, shattered from the increased pressure - we all need to pull together as we look to the future.“We want the whole nation behind us and skipping is such a great way to get involved. Skipping not only helps with fitness levels but also we have seen for ourselves the impact it can have on a person’s mental health.”

Here’s BBC Sports Presenter Mike Bushnell to show you how it’s done. 

Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 


Jump to it. Nominate. Donate

1. Post a 20 second skipping clip on your social media 

2. Tag us using #jump4health and #sportstraider. We’ll be sharing your clips  on our social media too.

3. Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 

4. Like or follow #jumpforhealth and Sports Traider on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and, most importantly, SHARE you progress.


Here’s Darren O'Sullivan, Head Coach, Runcorn ABC Gym 


Donate now to support vulnerable kids and frontline workers 




A HUGE thank you from all of us at Jump4Health. You are amazing. We cannot wait to see your clips. 


Let’s get our nation moving again. Jump To It!


Your donations will help the powerful work of Sports Traider as we tackle UK mental health issues, and invest in sports participation projects. We also help whole communities by offering work experience to the disabled, young people, the long-term unemployed, disadvantaged groups, and ex-offenders. So far more than 3,000 days of work experience have been provided.

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May 08, 2021

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Christopher Plume

Nice surprise seeing you after all this time.

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Kimmie

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Josh Hendriks

Great campaign, supporting young people with mental health through Sport.

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May 07, 2021

Amy

Donated in support of my fantastic Midwife buddie Jemma

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Kristiane

Keep on the good work!

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Anonymous

Well done Team Sports Traider

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