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As part of a series of insights published with the National Sports Convention, ActiveXchange has recently cited compelling evidence that increased levels of participation in exercise and community sports can bring wide-ranging health benefits for individuals and communities.
These benefits can extend beyond physical health, including mental health and personal well-being. At a population level, these benefits include lowering health care costs and contributing to stronger, and more cohesive communities.
To understand the correlation, ActiveXchange analysed the participation of around 1 million registered leisure centre and sports members in New South Wales and their impacts on social indicators of Health and Wellbeing such as Obesity, Cholesterol, Inactivity and Deprivation.