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According to Sport England only Nationally, 13 million women said they wanted to play more sport. Nearly half of these are currently inactive. The following insight explores the motivations and attitudes of women to sport, as well as the barriers they may face in being physically active. If you are unable to find specific information below, consider reviewing the Women In Sport publicationwhich contains insight entirely dedicated to women and girls. Alternatively, get in touch with our insight team for help.
Women, their relevant motivations, barriers and triggers to getting more active, and what this means for sports. When planning a project or service, consider making use of the following insight to inform your decisions. BUCS and Women in Sport wished to further understand what works when engaging less active female students.
These factsheets produced by Sports Coach UK and Women in Sport, are aimed at coaches who coach women or who are interested in coaching them in the future. This resource provides a guide for coaches, leaders and activators to support more women and girls to enjoy sport and physical activity.
Our insight team will be able to advise on other studies, or help you understand and implement the findings above into your work. This is a programme dedicated to promoting the benefits of physical activity for women.
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