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ukactive has questioned the government's decision to make all employers start paying towards the wages of their furloughed staff. On 29 May, chancellor Rishi Sunak ... More
The fitness industry in Europe is uniting today (30 May) to launch #beactivehour, a free one hour workout at 5.00pm CET/3.00pm GMT. The event has ... More
A new report has revealed the likely timescales and shape of the UK fitness market's recovery from the COVID-19 lockdown, finding that 88 per cent ... 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
Gyms and health clubs in Dubai, UAE, have begun reopening their doors today (27 May) after a two-month lockdown. Clubs are only allowed to operate ... More
Gyms in England could be open in July if lobbying by the fitness industry comes to fruition. The government had initially indicated that gyms would ... More
STA
STA
A survey by Savanta ComRes, in partnership with Sport England, has studied the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on attitudes and behaviours towards physical activity. ... More
CIMSPA, has opened a consultation on the safe delivery of sport and physical activity online, to engage the industry in fine-tuning its new policy and ... More
UK Coaching is offering free mental health training to sports coaches, to coincide with the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 18 ... More
BMF with Bear Grylls will look to active people across the continent with #BeActive Hour, a European-wide initiative set for 30 May. In partnership with ... More
Allowing limited personal training to resume in outdoor settings will offer "some relief" to those in the physical activity sector, according to Tara Dillon, CEO ... More
ukactive has questioned the UK government's apparent decision to class gyms and leisure centres among a group of "higher risk" industry sectors, which means that ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
The UK government has given the go-ahead for one-to-one personal training outdoors, as part of the first stage of plans to ease COVID-19 lockdown measures. ... More
The government's pledge to invest £2bn in improving the UK's cycling and walking infrastructure has been described as a "once in a generation opportunity" to ... More
Sport England and ukactive have teamed up to launch a series of online workouts to help pregnant woman and new mums be physically active at ... More
The trade body for the German fitness sector, Deutscher Industrieverband für Fitness und Gesundheit (DIFG), has published a detailed road map for the reopening of ... More
VAT rebates and an extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme are among the list of policies the government needs to adopt, in order for ... More
The physical activity sector has been left in shock by news that Steve Franks, the long-serving chief executive of Water Babies, has died following a ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
Sports minister Nigel Huddleston has said the DCMS is working closely with Sport England to promote health and fitness during the current lockdown – and ... More
Grassroots sports clubs and organisations in England have received a total of £8m worth of funding from the Community Emergency Fund, set up to help ... More
Commercial property landlords in the UK will no longer be able to take legal action against tenants who have not paid their rent due to ... More
England's physical activity levels were on the rise in the run-up to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, according to the latest Active Lives Adult Survey. Published ... More
Plans have been revealed for a four-stage strategy to reopen the UK's physical activity sector, once the government begins to ease the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. ... 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
The legislation intended to protect commercial tenants from eviction during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has a loophole, which could see hundreds of gyms and leisure ... More
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