Here we share the experiences of people with MS who have found that staying active has had a positive impact on their life
Spencer Bull was the vice-captain of the GB squad at last year's Invictus Games. In this video he talks about how exercise has helped him "take back control" following an MS diagnosis.
How swimming has helped with my MS
Jennie Harrod writes about her journey with MS and how swimming has helped her, both mentally and physically.
How keeping active helps with my MS symptoms
Fee was diagnosed with MS over 10 years ago. Here she tells us how her daily strength, balance and stretch exercises help with her MS symptoms.
MS won’t stop me showjumping
When Laura Goodall was diagnosed with MS in 2015, she thought her showjumping days might be over. But, four years later, Laura is back competing across the country and has recently been accepted onto the British Showjumping Para team.
Jerry Burnie tells us how wheelchair basketball has helped with his MS.
15 minutes with Sportswoman of the Year Trish Deykin
MS Trust supporter Trish Deykin was awarded The Times Helen Rollason Award for Inspiration for her amazing achievements in the triathlon. Trish tells us about her journey with MS and how staying active helps her deal with the condition while still following her dreams.
Parkrunning with MS
Katherine Goulder is one of parkrun’s Outreach Ambassadors for MS. Here she tells us how parkrun very quickly became part of her own Saturday routine and why others with MS should get involved too.
Can you dance the cog fog away?
Many people with MS experience 'cog fog', which is when you sometimes struggle with things like memory, attention span and concentration. In this blog, Helena, who was diagnosed with MS 11 years ago, talks about her own experience of the dreaded cog fog, and why she's determined those 'fuzzy brain days' won't stop her doing the things she loves.
People's Strictly contestant Trishna Bharadia talks about how exercise, particularly dance, has helped her to manage her MS.