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survival of the fittest advice about the IFI mark of
Fit for Sport welcomed Olympic excellence, which demonstrates
We’re fi t! Fit for Sport kids
silver medallist Roger Black MBE to the delivery of inclusive fitness.
demonstrated activities from the
speak at LIW as its schools services
ambassador. Children from the Fit sporting bodies
2009 Fitter Schools Challenge
for Sport programme showed off Visitors to the Sport Show had the
activities from the 2009 Fitter opportunity to meet a range of
Schools and Fitter Families UK national governing bodies and key
Challenge, and winners were associations in the Sports
presented with sports equipment Networking Village.
prizes – the Fitter Schools Organisations in the village
challenge calculates a score for were: Amateur Rowing
every school based on fitness level Association, Association for
tests. The winning schools were Physical Education, British Cycling,
Brownedge St Mary’s Sports British Gymnastics, British Judo,
College and Lasswade HSC, British Universities & Colleges
Gossops Green Primary School, Sport, English Short Mat and
and Hobbayne Primary School. Bowling Association, International
Rock-it-Ball Federation, Rugby
inclusive fitness Football Union, Sport England,
The Inclusive Fitness Initiative Sports Coach UK, Sports Leaders
managed the Inclusive Fitness Zone UK, UK Athletics, UK Footvolley,
at LIW this year, to coincide with Volleyball England, and Women’s
the launch of its Recognised Sports & Fitness Foundation.
Products project, which identifies
products that accommodate something for nothing
disabled users. As part of the KKP joined forces with Edge
project, the IFI assesses quality Architects to provide a consultancy
inclusive products, gives guidance advice clinic to give free advice on
on inclusion and helps with facility design, business planning,
promotion via the IFI website. The funding support and sports
Giving it a try: Power Plate’s new
IFI team was also on-hand to give development planning.
pro-motion cable resistance
technology uses fl exible cables
to target specifi c muscles
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