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The Beat the Street Sheffield game helped 70% of less-active adults and 67% of less-active children to become more active

    The Beat the Street Sheffield game that was played by more than 60,000 people this summer has encouraged 70% of less-active adults to become active. A recent report into the impact of the game looked at player responses to see whether the game helped them develop healthy long-term habits. Players were surveyed before … Continue reading The Beat the Street Sheffield game helped 70% of less-active adults and 67% of less-active children to become more active

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  Beat the Street Leicester helps 68% of inactive adults and 61% of less active children to become more active

    The six-week initiative that turned Leicester into a giant physical activity game in the summer has helped thousands of people of all ages to get moving. Beat the Street took place from 26th May to 7th July and was a free game that inspired people of all ages and abilities to make positive … Continue reading   Beat the Street Leicester helps 68% of inactive adults and 61% of less active children to become more active

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Beat the Street concludes in Harwich and Dovercourt with more than 13% of the local population taking part

Beat the Street Harwich and Dovercourt, the physical activity challenge taking place across the area, has concluded, with more than 13% of the local population taking part. The game saw 2,817 people walking, cycling and rolling for points and prizes during the five-week challenge. Together, the community successfully clocked up 35,165 active travel miles. Among … Continue reading Beat the Street concludes in Harwich and Dovercourt with more than 13% of the local population taking part

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Beat the Street Wokingham encourages 74% of inactive children to become active

    More than three-quarters of participants in a scheme encouraging Wokingham borough residents to travel more actively are now doing so on a regular basis. Eighty per cent of all people who took part in the Beat The Street Wokingham game, which was run by Intelligent Health on behalf of Wokingham Borough Council and … Continue reading Beat the Street Wokingham encourages 74% of inactive children to become active

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Five-year-old Nancies pedals her way to the top ten of the Beat the Street Middlesbrough leaderboard!

    A five-year-old girl has cycled an incredible 145 miles in the Beat the Street Middlesbrough game putting her among the top ten tappers out of the thousands of players in the physical activity challenge currently taking place across the town. Nancie, who only turned five last month, is also one of the selfie … Continue reading Five-year-old Nancies pedals her way to the top ten of the Beat the Street Middlesbrough leaderboard!

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Intelligent Health is recruiting for a Content Editor

Core role: To plan, produce and develop a content strategy that deepens engagement with participants of Beat the Street – Intelligent Health’s award-winning community health programme. You will be part of the team responsible for shaping the experience users of our product receive, creating standout content for them to consume and building a highly engaged community … Continue reading Intelligent Health is recruiting for a Content Editor

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