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World Health Organization (WHO) 5h
Globally, 1 in 4 adults are at risk of disease from not doing enough physical activity. Regular physical activity 🤼‍♀️🧘‍♂️🚵‍♀️🏌️‍♀️🤸‍♀️🏊‍♂️⛹️‍♂️🏋️‍♀️🤽‍♂️💃has significant benefits for health. Let’s !
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Theresa Joyce 2h
Good morning and happy Monday! Got the week started out right this morning at the gym! 💪 Feels so good! 👊 What're you doing to today? Don't forget new recipes coming later…
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Rebecca Robinson 8m
Great to see promoting running 🏃‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️. Brilliant exercise even on winter days. Links to could help even more people 💪
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World Health Organization (WHO) 1h
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Dr. Hafiz 2h
Doing physical activities on regular basis is very crucial to keep away a lot of diseases notably DM, HTN, Dyslipidemia. Lets and stay Healthy
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Angela Paladino 52m
Agreed!! The hardest part is the initial motivation - and then it's a lot of fun! Have a go and choose a sport that you look forward to
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EuropeActive 4h
Read up on the latest Physical Activity Factsheets by the and !
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parkHIIT 2h
A fantastic first week of the parkHIIT Corporate Challenge with teams from and setting a high standard. There's still time to join. We go again at 6pm tomorrow evening in Ballsbridge
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Studio Republic 4h
In a busy world that we all live in, it's so easy to forget to . Let's change that as being active is beneficial for both our mental and physical health, which helps us to feel better about ourselves and produce better work! 💪🏼
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Manana Shapakidze 20h
and creative at the same time✅🇬🇪☺️💪
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Bobspotter 15h
asserts that “Community is built on ideology not proximity”. We agree fully. Simply put, this is why Bobspotter exists.
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Genie In The Gutter 1h
✨🎗 OCDtober Awareness Month 🎗✨ October is a OCD (Obsesive Compilsive Disorder) month, with a global effort to raise awareness and gain an understanding about OCD. 👏🏼 Let’s get involved and challenge our perceptions & thinking! 💓
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Active Chief 6h
How will you make your half term holiday an one? You don't need a fancy gym membership or state of the art equipment to get active. An autumnal walk or puddle jumping counts too!
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Vanessa Pavinato 4h
Unfortunately I know exactly what they mean 😟 Need to find time for it! Resolution at almost year-end
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Hardie-Bikes.com 2h
Keep moving, even small adjustments to lifestyle can make a big difference. Walk, Cycle, take the stairs if possible to live life healthier and happier
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World Health Organization (WHO) Oct 14
Replying to @WHO
Physical activity can be done anywhere, anytime. Let’s
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Manana Shapakidze 8h
and jump! Just try trampoline, you will love it✅🇬🇪
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EUSport Oct 17
The pressure is on! 😅 The jury is ready to announce the winners. Fingers crossed for your favorite nominee! 🤞
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John Z Zeydel 17m
Getting my run on again! A 5k through the frosty park... Steady and strong... Such a beautiful morning! @ Iroquois Park Louisville, KY
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Bella Jay Oct 21
DYK: High blood pressure is one of the main risk factors for CVD. It’s called the ‘silent killer’ because it usually has no warning signs or symptoms, and many people don’t realize they have it.
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