My reflections from the 2018 International Conference on Physical Activity and Health
In this blog I explore more the relationship between socio-economic inequalities and physical inactivity at a more individual level.
When I first encountered National Fitness Day its fair to say I was somewhat cynical…a national campaigning day to promote fitness and exercise rather than the more embracing language of physical activity, and driven primarily by the leisure and fitness industry, but I think I have been won around as those of you who follow me on twitter will have seen!
A reflection on the importance of the #weactive physical activity challenge for healthcare professionals to support the healthcare system.
In this blog I’m looking at the global context of country economics, urbanisation and designing cities that enable active populations.
In the first of a series of blogs looking at diversity and inclusion in physical activity, I thought I’d start with the rainbow theme and reflect on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans issues in the physical activity space. London and New York Prides have come to an end for this year, but across England, and … Continue reading Active Pride
As a new report on muscle strengthening gets published, we look at whether shopping really can be good for your health
Is it time for a change in population level messaging on physical activity?
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton