SafeACTiVE Study: Data collection for second cycle in progress

EuropeActive is pleased to announce that a second cycle of the SafeACTiVE Study is currently being developed with the aim of analysing the levels of COVID-19 transmission risk in fitness clubs and leisure facilities. With more than 115 million visits analysed across 14 European countries, the average transmission rate sat at 1.12 per 100.000 visits, according to the previous SafeACTiVE Study published in December 2020.

Club Operator Member in the spotlight - SATS

This article is brought to you by SATS

SATS’ vision is to make people healthier and happier. This is achieved through a wide range of products and services designed to improve public health. During a normal year, we facilitate around 40 million workouts in our clubs. The effect of all these workouts is 8,000 quality adjusted life-years (QALYs), meaning our members put in a great effort to live better for a longer time. Socio-economically, this translates into an impressive NOK 11 billion in socio-economic welfare gain.

Supplier Member in the spotlight - Myzone

This article is brought to you by Ben Hackney-Williams, Head of content at Myzone.

As we begin to open facilities around the world, think about how our industry has been dormant at the time when health services have needed us most. That can’t happen again. The global banner of physical activity has never had more attention than in the past year. More people are moving; now it’s our job to make sure they stay on the move with encouragement and support.

Recover. Revive. Renew with Power Plate

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RECOVER - The need for change

Undeniably, the world's population has been affected in one way or another by the global pandemic and, for some, the situation has exasperated existing health issues, whereas for others, new health related conditions are starting to arise.

EuropeActive and ukactive sign Memorandum of Understanding for an Active Alliance to enhance mutual collaboration

EuropeActive and ukactive have today 3rd February announced a new agreement which will see the sector bodies continue to work together closely following Britain’s exit from the EU.

ukactive CEO Huw Edwards and EuropeActive Executive Director Andreas Paulsen signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen the organisations’ joint mission of improving physical activity levels through the support and development of the sector.

Staying active during the festive period

We are fast approaching the Christmas holidays, a time for rest, overindulging, and, in normal times, a chance to spend time with our family and friends. Though seeing our loved ones may not be on the cards this year, it is worth keepi

Christmas holidays and how to stay in shape

Christmas is the time of the year to spend time with family and friends and enjoy a well-deserved holiday. It can be very fun, although we can easily forget about our healthy eating habits and daily exercise routines. However, this can be avoided with some good programming and awareness of what we choose to eat and do. These are some ideas to follow in order to keep in shape during Christmas holidays.

#1: Go for a walk