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Momentum is gathering pace in the push for a U-turn on the government's decision to open pubs before gyms, with the industry and consumers joining ... More
There has been a "surge in appreciation" of exercise during lockdown, with people turning to physical activity to improve their mental health as well as ... More
Spa and wellness icon, Sue Harmsworth has given a masterclass as part of the GWS webinar series. Speaking to 630 people from 99 countries via ... More
As gyms and health clubs around the world begin to consider their plans for reopening over the next weeks and months, the IHRSA has provided ... More
The government's chief medical adviser, Chris Whitty, has used the government's daily coronavirus briefing to stress the importance of exercise to public health. Speaking during ... More
The restrictions on movement caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown are transforming the UK's exercise habits, with home fitness workouts, cycling and walking now the ... More
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
Ukactive has called on HM Treasury to invest more in the physical activity sector, in order to increase its impact across the full breadth of ... More
A single minute of exercise per week is enough to provide health benefits to people over the age of 65. A team of researchers at ... More
The Sport for Development Coalition (SFDC) has appointed former MP Andy Reed as its new chair. Reed, who has previously chaired the Sports and Recreation ... More
"Age-tech" has been identified as one of the emerging markets which could shape future innovations in the wellness and fitness technology sector. The rapidly growing ... More
People over the age of 60 should increase their exercise levels in order to prevent heart disease and stroke. Findings from a study of more ... More
Collecting and analysing data is paramount for any health club wanting to its improve service quality and retention, according to José Teixeira, head of customer ... More
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STA
The number of UK adults classed as physically active has increased by 1 million in the past four years. Latest figures from Sport England's Active ... More
Older people who have never taken part in sustained exercise programmes have the same ability to build muscle mass as highly trained master athletes of ... More
Work has begun on a £20.8m leisure centre in Pontefract in West Yorkshire. The Five Towns Leisure and Wellbeing Hub will be owned by Wakefield ... More
A legacy campaign looks to utilise the forthcoming 2019 UCI Road World Championships and attract more people to take up cycling. The Own the Ride ... More
David Lloyd Clubs (DLC) has revealed plans to become the first fitness operator to commit to having a fitness trainer aged 55 or over in ... More
People see swimming as lacking relevance to their lives, and lacking visibility in comparison to other sports. These are barriers that the sport is working ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
Creating opportunities for older people to get physically active represents a major driver for growth in public leisure, according to new research. A study by ... More
A group of 12 English Football League (EFL) clubs have launched a programme looking to tackle loneliness and inactivity among older fans. The initiative will ... More
Sport Wales has revealed details of a new funding initiative designed to help people in Wales adopt healthier lifestyles. It is the latest in a ... More
A new collaboration between Sport England, think tank Demos and care and housing provider Anchor Hanover looks to get the over 55s in the UK ... More
A study on exercise injuries has suggested that people who engage in high-intensity interval training (HIIT) could be putting themselves at greater risk of injury. ... More
There is growing evidence that older people are taking up exercise in order to improve their mental health – with the social aspect of physical ... More
Experts have urged governments and industry to increase opportunities for play and fun physical activities throughout life – especially in older years – in order ... More
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