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IMPROVING HEALTH AND TACKLING STUBBORN INEQUALITIES ARE A HIGH PRIORITY IN THE LIVERPOOL CITY REGION.

With an alarming 26.9% of our people (aged 16+ years) doing less than 30 minutes of moderate activity per week1, this means 338,204 people within our population are classed as inactive. We know that this problem stems from people’s early life: in 2016 76% of boys and 80% of girls were not meeting the Chief Medical Officers (CMO) guidelines for physical activity, of a least 60 minutes of moderate exercise per day2.
By using the power of sport and physical activity, we enable people’s physical and mental wellbeing to be improved. Increasing your activity levels at whatever age adds quality years to life, reduces blood pressure and prevents unwanted illnesses.

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CASE STUDY

Sister-Hub Rolla-Fitness

Sister-Hub Rolla-Fitness is a programme designed to engage young females from communities across Liverpool in female only, sport and physical activity.

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1.Active Lives Survey (2017)
2.NHS Health Survey for England (2016)
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