Tuesday 6 October, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Physical inactivity is highly prevalent in most countries of the world. Given that inactive and unfit individuals are at approximately two-fold higher risk for many health conditions than those who are moderately active and fit, the population attributable risk of inactivity is high.
In this lecture, Professor Blair will discuss:
• Implications of inactivity on individuals and society
• The societal, environmental, and individual approaches to making physical activity more common for more people more of the time