Sharing the same motivational space: implications for exercise professionals and client outcomes

The relationship between exercise professionals and clients is an important factor in the success of attempts at behaviour change.

Systematic review of reversal theory-based interventions to change health-related outcomes

A number of theories are used to underpin behaviour change interventions aiming to improve health outcomes, but evidence is yet to identify that these are fully successful.

Does the time of day of physical activity engagement influence adherence?

Research agendas spanning psychology and neuroscience converge on the idea that engagement in an activity decreases as a function of time between intention and planned behaviour.

The impact of homeworking on occupational sedentary behaviour: prevalence and opportunities

COVID-19 caused a rapid change in the working environment, resulting many workplaces having to close and vast numbers of workers now working from home. Initial evidence suggests that levels of physical activity in the population have fallen over the course of the pandemic.

Can social prescribing contribute to improving the health and well-being of the population?

Social prescribing aims to empower the public to self-manage their health and wellbeing. Social prescribing is a policy where healthcare professionals refer the public to local community services, to meet their wellbeing needs.