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The latest Active Lives results published by Sport England show that 74.3% of adults in Stockport are active for at least 30 minutes a week, equating to 176,000 adults moving; an increase of 900 from the survey 12 months ago.
In Stockport 48.4% of children and young people are achieving an average of 60 minutes of physical activity a day. This means that over half are not meeting Chief Medical Officer guidelines.
The latest Active Lives results published by Sport England shows that 73.8% of adults in Stockport are active for at least 30 minutes a week, this equates to 174,400 adults moving. This is a decrease of 3,600 from 12 months ago.
Overall inactivity levels have increased (by +1.5%) since 2015-16 in Stockport. This is mainly due to a decrease in those that are fairly active (by -1.3%), whilst those achieving 150 minutes a week has decreased only slightly (by -0.1%).
In Stockport 54.4% of children and young people are not achieving an average of 60 active minutes per day, which means that only 4 in 10 are doing enough activity to stay healthy.
77.2% of adults in Stockport are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 181,300 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 0.3% and 2,200 adults.