Active Movement has worked closely with Slough Borough Council in the development of a unique behaviour change programme for those who suddenly found themselves isolated in their own home for lengthy periods. Health at Home was designed to reduce sitting and increase moving as part of this new indoor life. The programme included support for […]
The first year of the Active Office programme across the three main offices of Slough Borough Council is approaching the end of its first year and the evaluations processes are about to begin. The programme is part of the range of Active Movement behaviour change initiatives, in this instance designed to improve employee health by […]
Active Movement are delighted to become a key supplier in the new service for Slough residents. It has been created to enable more people to access the many lifestyle services now available. Active Movement’s main support is for behaviour change in a variety of areas of daily life and across a wide range of different […]
We were pleased to see a discussion on standing in schools on The Wright Stuff on Channel 5 this week, a great chance to bring this important topic to a large audience.
We are fast approaching the end of the Games. After years of preparation and planning, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly an event of this stature comes and goes.
Just spent another day with a miscellany of sports. It is extraordinary how we human beings have been able to create competition, rules, techniques, history, records and governing bodies over so many different games stretching our physical abilities, mental toughness and eye for making contact with a moving or still object. It is this enormous […]
An article from the Independent about one person’s experience standing up for a month.
As CMO for the British team at the Commonwealth Games, I am surrounded by a great of number of nationalities as they arrive from all over the world. They come in all shapes and sizes, each talented enough to compete at the top of their chosen discipline across a multitude of events and physical feats.
Mike Loosemore actively talking about movement and good health.
You might be a little less relaxed if you knew that lack of physical activity is the public health problem at the beginning of the 21st century. There is an overwhelming weight of evidence that humans need to be active.