In England, groups of up to six people from different households may meet outside. Where it is possible to keep 2 metres apart you should. Where it is not, you should keep a social distance of ‘one metre plus’, meaning you should remain one metre apart, while taking mitigations to reduce the risk of transmission.
In Scotland, face-to-face coaching is possible as long as it is outdoors and physical distancing of 2m is maintained at all times. Coaches should not deliver training to more than two households at any one time or to more than two households per day (max 8 people at any one time).
Unnecessary travel should be avoided, therefore volunteer coaches and participants should only exercise in their local area (within five miles of their home). For paid work purposes, coaches can travel beyond 5 miles.
In Wales, you may coach members of another household so long as you are outside and remain at least 2m apart at all times.
Unnecessary travel should be avoided; therefore you should stay within five miles of your own home.
If you are coaching a person from another household, strong hygiene precautions must be in place at all times. Click here for more information
If you are coaching a person from another household, strong hygiene precautions must be in place at all times. Click here to find out more.
Information about how to train safely and effectively can be found here.
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