The research showed that those with long-term health conditions are less active than those without, with activity levels at an average 25% doing activity on five or more days a week, for 35 minutes at a time for those with, compared to 42% for 43 minutes at a time for those without.
The most popular activities include walking (53%), team sports (20%) and swimming (18%), with 51% saying they prefer to exercise on their own, to be alone with their thoughts.
More than half (52%) also said they do their exercise at home, which is why We Are Undefeatable created the Move To Your Mood videos, in collaboration with clinical exercise specialist Sandra Shaw.
The videos, as well as other campaign resources to allow supporters to promote the campaign via their own activities, are available now on the We Are Undefeatable website.
And Richmond Group of Charities physical activity and health lead Michelle Roberts hopes Move To Your Mood can give people a lift when they need it.
“It’s so great to see from the research that the majority of people, including those living with an illness or health condition, can get an uplifting boost from physical activity, no matter how big or small it is,” she said.
“At We Are Undefeatable, we want to encourage everyone to find the movements that match their mood and provide a source of inspiration for those that are unsure on how to start.”