Covid-19 has had impacts on physical activity levels for everyone across the country. Here you will find the latest research into the affect of coronavirus on physical activity and sport levels, motivations and barriers.
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Research published in Chronic Respiratory Disease has highlighted the benefits of physical activity in decreasing fatigue and breathlessness and increasing exercise capacity and cognition post-Covid.
Activity Alliance have just released their Annual Disability and Activity Survey, the fieldwork for this latest edition took place from June to September 2020. This was a period during the pandemic when restrictions were being eased and included the lifting of shielding advice on 1st August.
The teenage years are an important life stage and for girls their formative experiences during the pandemic will likely shape their attitudes and behaviours for years to come. The latest research from Women in Sport looks at the impact of the pandemic on the experiences of teenage girls
The latest research has found the rates of probable mental disorders have increased since 2017. In 2020, one in six children aged 5 to 16 years were identified as having a probable mental disorder up from one in nine in 2017.