Lord Coe announced in the Telegraph that today’s young children are ‘the least active generation in history’ and could be the first to have a shorter existence expectancy than their parents. Lord Coe has called on businesses, colleges and households to tackle the problem.
His appeal follows a report by the All Party Commission on Bodily Exercise which displays that only 22 per cent of British grownups exercising for 30 minutes a week. It says that on regular we are now 24 per cent less lively than in 1961, which is linked to a rise in variety two diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Are you more lazy than your parents? Are you worried that your youngsters spend also a lot time indoors? How often do you make time for exercising? Maybe you operate it into your commute or make it part of your social existence. Does it even matter?