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Active DesignActive Design

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
Active Design is an innovative set of design guidelines to get more people moving through suitable design and layout. Decisions made through the planning system often provide the opportunity to create the right environment to help people get more active, more often. Active Design provides practical guidance and principles that can be used in the day to day work of planners, urban designers , developers and health professionals. Active D...Active Design is an innovative set of design guidelines to get more people moving through suitable design and layout. Decisions made through the planning system often provide the opportunity to create the right environme...

Satellite Clubs GuideSatellite Clubs Guide

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
London Sport have released a Satellite Club Guide for all those who have been successful in their application onto the programme. This guidance document informs readers about London Sport's commitment to the clubs they fund to deliver Satellite Clubs, and about the support London Sport offers. It offers guidance as to how clubs can maximise their potential and attract and retain young people into their sport as well as details as to how...London Sport have released a Satellite Club Guide for all those who have been successful in their application onto the programme. This guidance document informs readers about London Sport's commitment to the clubs they f...

Getting Active Outdoors Final ReportGetting Active Outdoors Final Report

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
Report commissioned by Sport England and produced in partnership with the Outdoor Industries Association. The research looks at the outdoors activity market, its scale, stakeholders, trends, motivators and barriers to participation. The report identifies eight market segments: Explorer, Thrill Seeker, Learner, Adventurer, Freestyler, Fitness in Nature, Challenger and Tribe Member. Participation in outdoor activities has risen 3% in the ...Report commissioned by Sport England and produced in partnership with the Outdoor Industries Association. The research looks at the outdoors activity market, its scale, stakeholders, trends, motivators and barriers to pa...

Moving the Goalposts: Poverty and Access to sport for young people.Moving the Goalposts: Poverty and Access to sport for young people.

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
This document offers a unique insight into the lives of young people in deprived areas, the barriers they face to participation, ways in which communities and charities can support the work already done in poor areas, and new ways of opening access to sport for young peopleThis document offers a unique insight into the lives of young people in deprived areas, the barriers they face to participation, ways in which communities and charities can support the work already done in poor areas, an...

Inspired by 2012: The legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic GamesInspired by 2012: The legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic Games

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
The third annual report of the legacy of London 2012 captures the legacy activities that took place between summer 2014 and summer 2015. The report covers legacy impacts on sport and healthy living, economic growth, the regeneration of East London, paralympic legacy, and local communities.The third annual report of the legacy of London 2012 captures the legacy activities that took place between summer 2014 and summer 2015. The report covers legacy impacts on sport and healthy living, economic growth, the ...

Annexes to triennial review of UK Sport and Sport EnglandAnnexes to triennial review of UK Sport and Sport England

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
Additional supporting documents to the Triennial Review of UK Sport and Sport EnglandAdditional supporting documents to the Triennial Review of UK Sport and Sport England

Exploring the Adult Male Football Universe in EnglandExploring the Adult Male Football Universe in England

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
An infographic based insight review of basketball satellite clubs across England. Includes statistics on participants, coaches, sessions and training and development.An infographic based insight review of basketball satellite clubs across England. Includes statistics on participants, coaches, sessions and training and development.

Making the most of the Silver BulletMaking the most of the Silver Bullet

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
Presentation from the CSPN convention on the legacy/impact of the Tour de France in Yorkshire. Provides useful insights on how to make the most of impacts from major events.Presentation from the CSPN convention on the legacy/impact of the Tour de France in Yorkshire. Provides useful insights on how to make the most of impacts from major events.

Why it is important for coaching to meet participant needs – using young people (14-18) as a case study example.Why it is important for coaching to meet participant needs – using young people (14-18) as a case study example.

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
A short study that proves the necessity of coaches to understand the needs of their participants. Although there is an increase in coaches completing CPD, it is largely higher skilled coaches that focus on this area even though it is the beginners who are often most impressionable and need coaches that understand their needs. It highlights the main motivations of 14-18 year olds to play sport which all coaches must understand and tailor...A short study that proves the necessity of coaches to understand the needs of their participants. Although there is an increase in coaches completing CPD, it is largely higher skilled coaches that focus on this area even...

Use of the Fitbit to Measure Adherence to a Physical Activity Intervention Among Overweight or Obese, Postmenopausal Women: Self-Monitoring Trajectory During 16 WeeksUse of the Fitbit to Measure Adherence to a Physical Activity Intervention Among Overweight or Obese, Postmenopausal Women: Self-Monitoring Trajectory During 16 Weeks

 London Sport
Updated 4 years ago
This study explores the use of direct-to-consumer activity trackers (ie Fitbit) to aid self-monitoring and goal setting with the aim of to increasing physical activity among 25 postmenopausal women. The participants were tasked with achieving 150 minutes of activity per week as well as a daily goal of 10000 steps. The results were largely positive, with physical activity rates increasing and the Fitbit being used on 95% of intervention ...This study explores the use of direct-to-consumer activity trackers (ie Fitbit) to aid self-monitoring and goal setting with the aim of to increasing physical activity among 25 postmenopausal women. The participants were...