Mayoral lead for wellbeing, Cllr Tim Beaumont, writes about a new 10 minute motivations campaign being run as part of the Fit for Me programme
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Getting more active could be the best resolution you ever make this January
A new programme has been launched to help Liverpool workplaces encourage their staff to be more active, in response to figures that show the cost of physical inactivity to Liverpool’s economy is in excess of £10m each year.
Liverpool City Council, in partnership with the Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), has agreed a ground-breaking new contract with bounts, the revolutionary healthy lifestyle and rewards company, who will provide a series of challenges, prize draws and rewards to encourage people in Liverpool to be more physically active.
Always wanted to be more active but not sure what activity to do and where to start? Well, Fit For Me is here to help this Autumn.
Liverpool SOUP and Fit for Me are joining forces to offer the opportunity for social entrepreneurs to bid to help improve the physical activity levels of people.
Adding just ten minutes more of activity to your daily routine can help improve your health and wellbeing – that’s the message from Liverpool’s Fit for Me campaign this month.
Think you can rival the likes of the Kardashians when it comes to selfies? Then grab your smart phone and take part in a special free event on Saturday 10 September.
NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group and Liverpool City Council have joined together to launch the brand new Fit for Me campaign in the city