Let’s #BEACTIVE project

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On December 4th and 5th, the partners of the Let’s #BEACTIVE project met in Brussels to evaluate the results of the 1st trials. Each of the partners gave a brief overview of how the trials went and how they’ve overcome the issues they stumbled upon during the campaign. The meeting was a perfect platform for the exchange of good practices.

On Thursday November 15th, EuropeActive presented the work it’s doing on physical activity promotion to the members of the European Network of Academic Sport Services (ENAS). There was specially attention for our PAHA project.

The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, a renowned medical journal published a study about the relation of body-mass-index (BMI) and life-expectancy.

This week hundreds of fitness clubs all throughout Europe have opened their doors to welcome the very first participants of the Let’s #BEACTIVE project. In the coming weeks thousands of Let’s #BEACTIVE participants will take the first steps in their journey towards a more active and healthier lifestyle. They are following tailor made, high quality training programmes and be are guided by first class exercise professionals.

On September 6th, the partners of the Let’s #BEACTIVE project had a final meeting before its first year start in 8 countries to help encourage non-a

In the latest BBC-article two different studies are discussed: one about the link between high blood pressure and dementia, and another about the link between frailty and early death.

EuropeActive participated in the ANIF National Conference at the Rimini Wellness which confirmed to be one of the largest show dedicated to fitness in the world. The 13th edition hosted 400 companies, 200 conferences, 1500 hours of workout lessons and thousands of visitors. This success is also due to the growth (ca.

The latest Active Lives Adult Survey (ALAS) published by Sport England on 22nd of March showed that 25.7% of population in the UK remain inactive.

EuropeActive attended the conference Linking the Learning Journey, organised by the national qualifications framework for Scotland (SCQF) on February 22, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. The event was attended by ~180 participants from different schools, colleges, and training providers from the public and private sector to showcase all aspects of the Framework demonstrating its scope and flexibility as a tool to facilitate lifelong learning.

The Let’s #BEACTIVE project, Erasmus+ funded action, was officially launched during a 2-day kick-Off meeting i

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