The UK Chief Medical Officers' physical activity guidelines reinforce the importance of physical activity by providing recommendations on the frequency, intensity, duration and types of physical activity required for health benefits.
The guidelines apply across different age groups, life stages (from early to later years), irrespective of gender, ethnicity or socio-economic status.
The guidelines are based on the best available evidence and reflect what we know now about the relationship between physical activity and health. We know there are clear health inequalities in relation to physical inactivity. These inequalities are related to age, gender, socio-economic status, disability, ethnicity and long-term conditions.
Local Physical Activity Guideline Leaflets
We have produced localised leaflets of the Chief Medical Officer's Infographics explaining the physical activity needed for general health benefits at different life stages.
These are available for our partners to use and can be downloaded below. If you require these in a printable format please contact us on the details below.
Download the PNGs (image files) for every Leaflet
Under 5's - Infants, Toddlers & Pre-Schoolers
Children & Young People (5-18 years old)
Disabled Children & Young People (5-18 years old)
Women after Childbirth
Adults with a Disability
Older Adults (65+ years old)
For more information, please contact:
Sports Development Manager
I am working flexibly in the office or at home, therefore please contact me via email or phone number provided.
My areas of responsibility are:
- Physical Activity & Wellbeing Development Lead
- Strategic Management & Business Planning
- Key Stakeholder Liaison
- Rutland Link Officer
- 01509 467493
- 07795 603336