White Paper

Activating the Inactive

Research on Outdoor Fitness

The increasingly sedentary nature of everyday life is creating communities with alarmingly low levels of physical activity. Globally, over 25% of all adults and over 80% of adolescents fail to meet even the minimum levels of recommended physical activity. The price of inactivity is high and everyone is paying - both individually and as a society. The cost of inactivity-related diseases, dependency, and lost productivity are impacting us all. Insufficient physical activity is a top 4 leading risk factor for global mortality. So, how can we encourage the inactive to start moving more?

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Activating the Inactive

Three studies were conducted in Copenhagen, New York, and Metz. Download the white papers below

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Research from Copenhagen

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Research from New York

Research from Metz

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