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Physical exercise initiatives case studies

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There is an obesity epidemic, which can be attributed to an increased consumption of foods high in sugars and saturated fats in conjunction with a reduction in physical activity.


Lack of exercise can be associated with specific health conditions, such as heart diabetes and cancers through its direct impact upon excess weight and obesity

  

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Editor's comments - [  Key messages; there are a number of potentially successful ways of promoting increased uptake of exercise-related activities;

  • linking exercise and physical activity programmes with healthy eating projects will help to maximise the impact in tackling overweight and obesity build on existing projects.
  • There are benefits in terms of experience, established practices and clientele, and reductions in start-up times
    select process measures that provide an indication of project viability and sustainability 
  • develop sustainable longer-term projects to maintain community member commitment  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : Peters, J. Ellis, E. Goyder, E. Blank, L. (2004). Physical exercise initiatives case studies. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University

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