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Dance as a subject and a career

Studying Dance is an accessible and comprehensive guide for students entering their first year of a university dance study programme.

It introduces all the cultural, artistic and educational aspects of dance and by expanding their thinking, students will move to a deeper understanding of themselves as dancers and the world around them.

The author demystifies the entire first-year experience while guiding students in the discovery of dance as a multi-faceted discipline and also prompts students to visualise and plan their dance life beyond campus so they can set clear goals for studying and succeeding as young professionals.

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Fitness News, PE News

PE lessons not active enough

Girls PEUK National Curriculum Physical Education lessons are failing to deliver enough health enhancing physical activity for girls in secondary schools, research published by Leeds Beckett University has revealed.

The research study, published in European Physical Education Review, concluded that health enhancing physical activity accounted for only one-fifth of the time spent in PE.

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Olympic borough the ‘least active in England’

NewhamThe London borough of Newham, which hosted the 2012 Olympics, is the least physically active place in England, a report by UKActive reveals.

It found that around four in every 10 adults in Newham fail to do even 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise a week, despite a government pledge to use the Games to create a lasting legacy of fitness.

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Club Leaders Conference

Scottish_Athletics_LogoClub Leaders Conference
Hampden Park, Glasgow

Saturday 22 November.

Club Leaders Conference is geared for club folk keen to build their knowledge on various aspects of the sport and includes presentations about club governance and legal issues, effective management, to pay or not to pay coaches and social media help and advice.

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5 fitness trends to expect in 2015

HIITAt the recent IDEA World Fitness Conference in California, a number of trends were predicted to dominate the fitness industry in the following year.

With people looking to focus on fitness regimes that provide maximum results from minimum time, the top five fitness trends are listed below.

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