Exploring Inactive Behaviour

Supporting people to create and maintain an active lifestyle requires us to have an understanding of inactive behaviours, using this to create solutions to overcome some of the challenges faced by individuals.

This section of the website focuses on two infographics developed in partnership with Public Health England that provide detail around why people have inactive behaviours, what counts as being active and what you can do to help.

Reducing Physical Inactivity in Adults

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NB This infographic is supplementry to the 'Reducing Physical Inactivity' animations, which can be accessed on You Tube.


Coaching Women throughout Pregnancy

Coaching Women throughout Pregnancy












NB This infographic is supplementry to the CMO's 'Physical activity for pregnant women' guidelines.

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Why not explore more, you'll find information on coaching adults on our Coaching Adults and Young People pages or children on our Coaching Children pages.

Also available is a suite of fact sheets outlining factors contributing to sedentary behaviours from the British Heart Foundation National Centre.

We would like to hear about what you need as a coach. We are committed to improving our site, so if you’ve not found what you’re looking for on please contact us.

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