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Victorians will soon be able to road test a range of imaginative new physical activity programs funded through the third round of VicHealth’s Innovation Challenge: Physical Activity.
Today marks a historic development in Victorian hockey.
For the second time this year, VicHealth is inviting sporting organisations to share in $500,000 worth of funding to test new ideas that get more Victorians moving toward better health and wellbeing.
VicHealth is enabling more people in regional Victoria to be physically active in healthier sporting environments.
Men and boys participate in organised sport at twice the rate of women and girls according to a new study that analysed participation data across 11 different sports.
Victorian women are more likely to exercise in a flexible, casual environment than commit to organised club sport, a new survey reveals.
We know the vast majority of Victorians think it’s important that sporting clubs provide an environment that makes women and girls feel welcome, and provides leadership opportunities for women and girls.
Health promotion foundation VicHealth is teaming up with Proud 2 Play and South West Sport to increase inclusion of LGBTI+ people and tackle discrimination and vilification in community sport.
Walking Football is a slower version of football designed to get older Victorians active. It promotes social interactions among participants, fostering a sense of inclusion.
J-Ball shows how a sport can be adapted to engage new participants, and give less active people a way to get fit, socialise, have fun and learn new skills.
Award-winning Aerobase is an excellent example of a fun, flexible and accessible program that helps children with disabilities be more active, healthy and happy through aerobics.
Bowling with babies is a great example of creating an engaging, sociable activity which meets specific needs of new parents, while also benefiting sport clubs and communities.