Milton Keynes-based charity Sports Traider has launched an online skipping challenge to help tackle the impact of Covid-19 on mental health.
The project is called 'Jump for Health' and the aim is to use skipping to help control anxiety, particularly in young people.
14-year-old Liam is using exercise to help improve his physical and mental health.
He's been struggling to cope during the pandemic.
Vicky reached out to Sports Traider who gave Liam a mentor, Samir.
Liam now helps Samir coach semi professional football players.
There's already a few famous faces on board with the campaign.
Pete Thompson from Bedford holds five world records for skipping. He's supplying a thousand skipping ropes for the challenge.
Former England international cricketer Monty Panesar is also backing the campaign.
The charity hopes the challenge will become an internet sensation, and that a few simple jumps will help a lot of people.