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Reducing Physical Inactivity Part 1

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Date 01.02.2018
Duration 3 Minutes 38 Seconds
Author UK Coaching
Description In partnership with Public Health England, UK Coaching is proud to present the first of a three part animation featuring the latest insight into the meaning of physical activity and practical tips for coaches to get more people active. UK Coaching Correction: In this video the word 'benefitting' should be spelt benefiting.
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