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.
Experts say being active is proven to support brain and muscle development as well as helping with social skills. Source: Sky News
ITV Anglia reported on the Active Movement programme at the Old School House Nursery near Newmarket.
Children as young as three are being taught the importance of getting up and about – to help them prevent the diseases of old age. View the video on bbc.co.uk Listen to the Audio
At the Old School House nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk, three- and four-year-olds are beginning their battle against the diseases of old age.
Dr Mike Loosemore appears in this month’s Hospital Services. He talks about his desire to medicalise physical activity as both a preventative intervention and treatment of disease.
Dr Mike Loosemore of University College Hospital says low-level physical exercise like standing up at work will improve health.
Dr Loosemore appears on BBC Radio 5live to talk about the poor health and high levels of obesity amongst schoolchildren.
Sedentary behaviour, inactivity and their disastrous effect on our bodies have been making the news again.
Dr Loosemore has appeared on TV and radio as the expert in this field. It also reaffirms the potential of Active Movement for your business, school or family.