Physical Inactivity Toolkit

Sport England - Tackling InactivityTackling Inactivity is one of the key focus areas for a number of organisations within the sport and physical activity sector. For this reason, having an understanding of the complexities of Physical Inactivity is fast becoming a critical piece for any coach.

If, as a coach you are involved in programme design or want simply want to better understand some of the fundamental principles recommended by Sport England then the documents below may be worth a read.

Through research of what makes an effective programme when looking to tackle inactivity Sport England have developed a series of guides, tools, and reports to help cater for this priority market.

Guide -  Tackling Inactivity : Design Principles This will provide you with some guiding principles for designing programmes that are effective at supporting inactive people to become more active more often.

Tool – Tackling Inactivity : Checklist This handy tool will support you to review an existing programme by asking key questions to understand if you are hitting the 10 design principles presented.

Tackling Inactivity (Full Report & Executive Summary)If you have an interest in reading into the detail behind the Physical Inactivity Tool Kit then find the detailed insights and learnings used to develop the design principles.

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