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Turning Point Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University promote more active lifestyles

Turning Point Scotland TPS Connects volunteers are helping to encourage participation in sport and healthier activity through the Sports Connects sessions every Thursday afternoon at the Arc at Glasgow Caledonian University campus.

These sessions around table tennis, indoor football and badminton were created, developed and organised by TPS Connects volunteers.

Master physiotherapy students at Glasgow Caledonian University are researching the link between sport, recovery and overcoming barriers to participation as part of the relationship between GCU and TPS.

The students have created a great resource to help people become more physically active and support people overcome barriers to participating in mainstream sport and exercise.

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