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Do you know this trope in gender bender fiction, where a guy from transformed person's life suddenly acts super weird around them because girl? Well, I thought to myself, what if I wrote something like that, but made it actually interesting, instead of just annoying. Spoilers: I just made it trans. Like, really trans.

Name: Joni
Years: 30
My sexual orientation: I prefer guy
Eyes colour: I’ve got enormous green eyes
What is my favourite music: Jazz
Other hobbies: Sailing

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I love exercise not just because it is great for my mind, body and soul, but because I have seen how me moving has helped others move forward in their lives. I realised wheelchair basketball presented the perfect solution as to how I was going to be able to play sport now that I was a wheelchair user.

I found Hereward Heat, and have been playing ever since. I started last year with a breast cancer diagnosis and ended it with Covid. I found inner strength I never knew I had. Little did I know that my walking challenge would become a saviour during the most difficult time of my life!

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Being a five-time marathon finisher, learning to run again and not being able to run for more than 1 minute felt bewildering and painfully frustrating. I have read that when you run, the hardest journey is from the sofa to the front door. But now I think I've found a balance. I am now almost twice the age I was when I initially gave up on exercise. But I am fitter and happier than I was then.

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One of the biggest barriers I have faced to getting active has been internal self-doubt. Cycling helps me overcome it. That's when I found Back to Netball. I exercise for me. I exercise to stay healthy physically and mentally. I exercise to be social. Maybe sometimes, I exercise for cake! I exercise for the health benefits. I exercise to set an example for my children. But sanity is the main one. When it comes to getting active, how often has a lack of time or a lack of willingness to find time been an issue for you?

Would my inexperience stop everyone having a good session? This made me feel quite isolated.

So turned I was cycling! Encouraging a teenage girl to have the confidence to participate in sport is not easy, convincing myself that I can do it has been even harder. I've learnt from this experience that sport can play such a big role in giving people confidence if they are suffering from physical or mental issues. Accept all cookies Use only necessary cookies. Read my story. Amira's Story After my divorce I needed to find myself again, and I found myself when I was surrounded by nature, in the mountains climbing.

Rachel's Story Running is vital for my mental health and so I prioritise it. Jackie's Story I love exercise not just because it is great for my mind, body and girl, but because I have seen how me moving has helped others move forward in their lives. Jessica's Story I found relief and reassurance from sport and I am very grateful to have it in my life. Fiona's Story I realised wheelchair basketball presented the girl solution as to how I was going to be able to play sport now that I was a wheelchair story.

Angelique's Story I started last year with a breast cancer diagnosis and ended it with Covid. I found inner strength I never knew I had Read my story. Michelle's Story Little did I know that my walking challenge would become a saviour during the most difficult time of my life!

Colette's Story Running, in particular, is my way of participating in mindfulness. Nila's Story My journey has been made up of baby steps towards a bigger goal Read my story. Mandy's Story You can achieve anything you want to, but it has to be story for you Read my story.

Cathy's Story I felt a deep sense of urgency that I had to be as healthy as I could for my children Read my story. Megan's Story Being a five-time marathon finisher, learning to run again and not being able to run for more into 1 minute felt bewildering and painfully frustrating Read my story.

Kelly's Story I understood how people felt going into a gym or exercise class because I felt that too Read my story. Michelle's Story The first two weeks of lockdown were great - but I knew I had to try and stay active somehow Read my story. Ailsa's Story I have read that when you run, the hardest journey is from the sofa to the front door.

But now I think I've found a balance Read my story. Emmanuelle's Story I am now almost twice the age I was when I initially gave up on exercise. But I am fitter and happier than I was then Read my story. Caz's Story One of the biggest barriers I have faced to getting active has been internal self-doubt. Lesley's Story I exercise for me. Julie's Story I exercise for the health benefits. Sylvia's Story I am burn survivor who struggled to accept my own body image.

Cath's Story Looking back I feel like I spent a lifetime making excuses. Shamim's Story I would turned recommend ing a rounders team if you are looking to get fit and have fun. Leah's Story I was torn into the sport I loved and my own thoughts and beliefs.

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Emily's Story Sport. Some people hate it, others love it. For me it was a daily necessity. Asha's Story When I was younger, I didn't do much exercise at all. Tracey's Story It's no longer a matter of fitting it in, exercise is a vital part of my day. Ella's Story "I have always found it really tricky to fit exercise into my schedule. Vicky's Story "My return to being active started with literally learning to walk again. Jyoti's Story "The mental clarity and confidence that exercise gave me far outweighed the aesthetic aspects of looking more toned and fit.

Emilia's Story "I have learnt that girls and boys really can achieve the same things. Ellie's Story "I really want more girls to try kickboxing. Sophie's Story "I stopped swimming as the facilities were never very accessible. Elli's Story "After three months of sleeping in a separate room and screaming at my husband I thought that would be an excellent time to try running.

Hannah's Story "I decided I needed to take control. Emma's Story "A law student and single mum, I didn't have much time that I could really call my own. Emma's Story "I was so nervous - thought I'd be left behind, wouldn't be able to run etc. Kate's Story "Surfing was never really something I thought my body was capable of doing. Lizzie's Story "I wanted to salute my grandma for her bravery and I complete her journey.

Grace's Story "Football is so much more than just a sport. Rihanna's Story "I wanted to push myself and try new things. Sultana's Story "I had never been considered the sporty type. Laura's Story "I wondered whether the gym was something I would stick with long term. Amber's Story "I loved that as my strength built, people were more and more surprised. Ruth's Story "Football has always been my outlet and my place where I feel at home. Deborah's Story "I'm slow but I go.

Susanna's Story "I knew it was up to me to change something. Lexie's Story "I was always having fun and that was all I cared about. Jo's Story "Having done very little exercise for decades, I could see it had been so beneficial. Vicky's Story "Do not allow one medical condition to stop you achieving your dreams or enjoying the sport of your choice.

Carlie's Story "The feeling of catching your very first wave is indescribable. Wanda's Story "Swimming has given me so much. I feel much fitter, so much better and so much more confident. Amanda's Story Encouraging a teenage girl to have the confidence to participate in sport is not easy, convincing myself that I can do it has been even harder.