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Why ME TIME is a Winner for the Women of Luton

ME TIME Luton finalist Womens Sport Trust

In today’s blog – to celebrate ME TIME being a finalist in the Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGamechanger Awards - our Outreach and Communities Manager, Catrina Lewis, answers some questions about the hugely successful  ME TIME Luton women’s fitness and activity programme. 

 

Please vote for ME TIME to win the ‘Inspiring Initiative – Local’ Award on the Women’s Sport Trust site here:  http://www.womenssporttrust.com/bagc2017/.  The winner is decided by public vote so please support us!

 

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7 interesting facts about Spring

Spring has a different meaning for everyone  – whether that’s longer and warmer days for jogging, more chocolate and Easter eggs to work off, or enjoying country walks. But what about the less well-known things about Spring? We’ve composed a few interesting facts for you!

 

1. Contrary to belief, Spring isn’t the start of pollen season!

Some plants actually start releasing pollen as early as January, meaning hay fever isn’t a good excuse for no outdoor runs this season!

 

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Active or Just Busy? There is a Difference

bhf logo why you should be more active

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) recently reported that more than 20 million people in the UK are inactive, significantly increasing their risk of heart disease.

Many of us are guilt of thinking it couldn’t happen to us and may wonder, what counts as being ‘active’?  

The guidelines for activity for adults aged 19 to 64 are:

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Age Seven Can Mark ‘Tragic Decline’ in Fitness Levels

Active Kids Activities at Active Luton

A recent study has concluded that our children are entering a “tragic decline” from the age of just seven, with activity levels dropping long before they leave primary school.

The study tracking 500 children over eight years showed a sharp drop in activity levels between the ages of seven and nine with a decline continuing into adolescence.

Previous research indicated that the fall in activity levels among children happens in adolescence but this new study has called this into questions and put a greater importance on teaching our children to be active right from the moment they can walk and encouraging continued activity throughout school years.

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/14/children-become-less-active-age-just-seven-major-study-finds/

Here at Active Luton we have a large range of classes and activities to keep your child active and inspired, from swimming to footgolf.  Please click here to find out more about the activities we have available in Luton. 

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