Can you run 100 metres?

45% of the UK population don’t think they can run 100 metres according to a survey from Slimmers world . With our assessment and treatment options pre-conditioning for exercise assessment or pre-hab assessment, we may be able to help you get there.

The 45% of the population breaks down to 65% of women  and 31% of men didn’t think they could 100 metres. The survey also noted that three out of four individuals  or 75 % of the population are never physically competitive active,  whilst over half, i.e. 55% are not physically active at all. Compare that to 6 out of 10 men or 59% who watch sport on TV at least once every week. This  percentage  has increase during the Olympics.

It was hoped that hosting the Olympics in London would encourage the UK to become more active and leave a legacy of exercise and health.

Why don’t people think they can run? Maybe they don’t believe they can, or have enough confidence because they’ve had an injury in the past, but with our new appointment options we may be able help you start exercising again.

We have 3 options to help you get exercising and keep you exercising.  We’ve termed them an MOT, a Service and a Repair. Go and have a look  at our sports injury treatment options and start allowing your inspiration to be your achievement.

One thought on “Can you run 100 metres?

  1. So 59% watch sport on TV at least one a week? According to figures from The Guardian Retweeted by @GaryDayEllison The figure over the Olympics was 90% of the UK population. Told you it would go up.

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