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The UK Active National Summit 2018 held on Wednesday 12 September at the QEII Centre again convened around 700 decision makers and influencers from across public health, sport, business, national and local government, charity, and the wider physical activity sector. 

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker delivered yesterday his fourth annual State of the Union speech.

EuropeActive’s new project on skills development and employment picks up speed quickly to deliver a Blueprint for Acti

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

The second meeting of the European Commission Expert Group “Skills and Human Resources Development in Sport” took place in Split 11-12 July. Experts from the Member States were joined by observers and speakers to review the current position and understanding of qualifications and skills in sport.

Fitness is the largest participant sport. The sector serves nearly 60 million consumers, generates 26.6 billion Euro in revenues, employs 650,000 people, and consists of 59,055 facilities.

For the British Regional Heart Study, the researchers analysed data of nearly 8,000 men for the last 40 years in order to see how their habits affect their health. According to this research, people are starting to become less active after they reach the age of 50.

According to the Active Leisure Trends 2018 report from ukactive and the DataHub, indoor cycling has occurred to be the most popular group class in the UK, accounting 13 per cent of all exercise classes.

Going on holiday often means a hiatus in your normal workout schedule. This does not mean you are or have to be inactive during your holidays. You might do more exercise than you think, like swimming, diving or cycling.

EuropeActive can look back to a very successful past 4 weeks with four high-level bilateral meetings across the Directorates Generals (DG) of the European Commission: DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (GROW), DG Education and Culture (EAC) and DG Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL).