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these are both very important issues. There is no point in having recommendations if they are confusing or have no uptake! How might we translate the questions into viable research projects though? In terms of knowledge and understanding of guidelines, the British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health have been doing some work in the UK on this and found that knowledge about the 30 minutes of moderate activity was reasonably well understood and applied, but that strength or balance recommendations were unknown amongst most physical activity practitioners and those giving advice

Do they include all components of fitness? What is the future of research in this area?


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