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Fit For Sport Anniversary Climbers Support Yellow Ball Foundation

Dean Horridge and Fit For Sport have been engaging and educating children through activity for 25 years, and, in recent years, have proudly been providing financial assistance for children to join activity programmes. To celebrate Fit For Sport's initiative, Dean, former students, employees and partners, will be climbing to the top of Mont Brevent, one step at a time, to inspire achievable and sustainable fitness, highlight healthy lifestyles and raise awareness for Fit For Sport's charity - The Yellow Ball Foundation.

We must stay focused on active lifestyles for our children in 2016

During the latter part of 2015, many a headline was dedicated to the UK’s battle against childhood obesity. However, whilst the column inches dedicated to debates over taxes on fizzy drinks and the validity of systems used to measure our children’s waistlines have gone some way to raising awareness of an ongoing crisis, it seems that the Government may have now missed an important opportunity to really get the UK focused on activity as a solution.

Small spaces, big activities

Wet weather, frosty mornings and dark evenings make it more difficult to think up ways to keep moving – and unsurprisingly, children aren’t active enough in winter, according to new research released last week from the University of Cambridge*. Scientists tested 700 children and found that in the colder months, they spent only 47 minutes a day on their feet, compared to 65 minutes in the summer.

Fit For Sport go animal crazy with Zoolab!

  • Written by Oisin Fahim on Wednesday 17 February 2016 in the category Kids Camps.

This half term Fit For Sport partnered with ZooLab, the UK’s number 1 animal handling experience company, to provide educational sessions on leading a healthy lifestyle.

Supporting the Children’s Activity Professional

Supporting the Children’s Activity Professional

The current statistics on daily average screen time for children (outside of normal school hours) is six and a half hours, more than twice as much compared to 1995. This gets higher as children move into adolescence (up to eight hours a day for teenage boys) and just 16% of girls and 21% of boys aged 5 – 18 years old are getting enough physical activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle*.


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