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Beat the Street Forth and Clyde is set to Go Wild

  Beat the Street players in Bonnybridge, Camelon and Kilsyth are being invited to ‘Go Wild’ this week and to explore the area’s parks, green spaces and waterways with double points on selected Beat Boxes in these areas. This week is the final week of the popular walking, cycling, running, scooting and wheeling game, and currently 2,099 people have signed up and together travelled … Continue reading Beat the Street Forth and Clyde is set to Go Wild

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Beat the Street Forth and Clyde official launch attended by Michael Matheson MSP

The Beat the Street Forth and Clyde was officially launched at Falkirk Wheel last week with Michael Matheson MSP for Falkirk West, with organisers and representatives from the game’s organisers and funders; Central Canals Development Project, the Kelvin Valley and Falkirk LEADER Programme and Paths for All’s Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Open Fund. Michael Matheson MSP pictured centre … Continue reading Beat the Street Forth and Clyde official launch attended by Michael Matheson MSP

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Beat the Street Forth and Clyde launches 9th September!

Beat the Street is set to launch across the towns of Bonnybridge, Camelon and Kilsyth from Wednesday, 9th September for four weeks. With lockdown being eased after the outbreak of Covid-19, communities are understandably cautious about getting out and about for physical activity and exercise. The game has been adjusted to ensure that it is completely safe … Continue reading Beat the Street Forth and Clyde launches 9th September!

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Intelligent Health survey shows women’s changing drinking habits and activity levels during the Covid-19 lockdown

A recent survey of female Beat the Street players has revealed a fascinating insight into the lifestyle habits of women during lockdown. Intelligent Health, the firm behind the popular Beat the Street activity game polled participants during the most stringent part of the UK lockdown in March 2020. A total of 1,146 respondents took the … Continue reading Intelligent Health survey shows women’s changing drinking habits and activity levels during the Covid-19 lockdown

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Publication of ‘Motivations and barriers to engagement with a technology-enabled community wide physical activity intervention’

Intelligent Health’s head of research Marc Harris has this week published an academic paper that examines the reasons for the success of Beat the Street. Together with Professor Diane Crone, Marc has published a paper entitled ‘Motivations and barriers to engagement with a technology-enabled community wide physical activity intervention’ which is now available to view … Continue reading Publication of ‘Motivations and barriers to engagement with a technology-enabled community wide physical activity intervention’

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26% decrease in car use in East Renfrewshire thanks to Beat the Street!

The Beat the Street game that took place earlier this year in East Renfrewshire has encouraged local people to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives, a new report shows. A total of 7,526 people walked, ran, cycled, rolled and wheeled 69,000 miles across the areas of Giffnock, Thornliebank, Clarkston, Busby, Eaglesham & Waterfoot, and … Continue reading 26% decrease in car use in East Renfrewshire thanks to Beat the Street!

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