Positive Fitness: an online fitness class for people living with HIV

Positive Fitness is an online exercise class designed to support people living with HIV to get fit and stay active.

Regular physical activity supports health for all. It is even more important for people living with HIV as it can help to prevent a range of health conditions that we are more likely to experience. Our Positive Fitness class is led by Sam and Ash of SMASH Mind and Body. All of the class participants are openly living with HIV. The class is intended to be suitable for beginners and for more experienced fitness enthusiasts. No equipment is necessary. Medical input by Dr Rageshri Dhairyawan. aidsmap thanks all involved in bringing Positive Fitness to the screen.

For more information, read our page Exercise and HIV.

Visit SMASH Mind & Body's website: smashmindandbody.com

The NAM aidsmap ‘Positive Fitness’ project is funded by MSD (Merck Sharp & Dohme (UK) Ltd) via a hands-off grant agreement. The project content is solely the responsibility of NAM aidsmap. MSD has had no input into or influence over any aspects of this project in accordance with the MSD grants policy.