Join our Nation of Lifesavers by applying for a CPR kit for your school and workplaces.
Organise a walk and raise money for life saving heart research.
Conquer 26.2 miles throughout September and raise money for life saving heart research.
Pack a punch with your unwanted stuff and help fight heart disease. Order bags, run an event or arrange a free collection and donate your unwanted stuff.
Over 100 quick and easy recipes for a healthy heart. All proceeds go to the BHF.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
The Olympics are in Rio de Janeiro this summer, but you don't need a plane ticket to get involved. Take our quiz to find out which Olympic sport you could do to get into the spirit and help keep your heart healthy.
Dave Altoft's story shows how walking can be a great way to improve your health after heart problems - and walking can be addictive!
The sun is shining, your plants are flowering and Paul Peacock has a few ideas to keep you and your garden in great summer shape.
Want to take up running? Here are some quick tips to get you started.
Running is a great way to get fit and shed a few pounds. We've picked our favourite free running apps to help you reach your goals.
Hitting the road can give you time to think and a sense of achievement. We meet Helen Doyle whose running goals kept her recovery on track.
A sport with worldwide appeal, table tennis can be played by all ages and abilities, even after a heart event. Find out how to get involved.
You don’t have to be in a community centre to play table tennis. We’ve tracked down 10 free tables in exciting locations around the UK.
Whether you’re taking up jogging for the first time or training for a marathon, our running section has all the inspiration and information you need.
Even if you can’t run like as you used to, football can still be an option. Learn how Brian King set up a walking football team after his heart attack.
Walking is a great way to get active - it's fun, flexible and free. But if you're looking for something more unusual than a stroll in your local park, check out our guide.
It’s good to stay active after a heart attack or heart surgery, but where do you start? Sarah Brealey shares tips from cardiac rehabilitation experts.
It’s important to invest in a pair of proper running shoes if you want to start training. This advice will help you find the right trainers.
Keeping active will help you maintain your independence. Try these 10 simple activities to improve your strength and balance.
When Chris Courtenay Williams had a heart attack, he feared he’d have to quit his favourite game. He tells us how he got back to playing 5-a-side..
A heart attack didn't stop John Roberts doing long distance walking. Learn how he fulfilled a lifelong dream and conquered Offa’s Dyke.
Long-distance paths provide some of the best ways of exploring the stunning landscapes of the British Isles. Here's a guide to some of our favourite National Trails and other long distance paths around the UK.
From practical tips to real life stories to beautiful places to ride your bike, our cycling section has everything for those who want to take to two wheels.
Our walking section contains all the inspiration and advice you need to get active in the great outdoors, whatever the time of year.
BHF Physical Activity Specialist Lisa Young offers tips on how we can make ourselves more active.
Get inspired to get on your bike with our selection of some of the world's greatest cycling photos.
It’s never too late to start being active. Follow these practical tips and do something you can be proud of.
Keep active following these 9 ways to shape up that will cost you (almost) nothing.
BHF Physical Activity Specialist Lisa Young offers tips on how you can be active every day, and demonstrates a 10-minute workout you can do in your living room.
Most of us could benefit from spending less time sitting down, and that applies even if you’re keeping active. We explain.
Resistance band exercises can help improve your strength and flexibility. See suggested exercises and watch our exclusive video.
If you have difficulty standing or walking, it doesn’t have to mean exercise is out of the question. A specialist gives us some chair-based exercises you can try at home.
Easy to learn, fun and sociable, badminton is a great way for people of all abilities to keep active. We find out more.