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  • Britons see mental health benefit in lockdown sport
  • Britons see mental health benefit in lockdown sport
    Geronimo Giqeaux (2019) ©
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Britons see mental health benefit in lockdown sport

Struggling with the restrictions placed on their lives, many Britons are turning to sport for the mental health benefits. By facilitating new ways to shake up fitness routines during lockdown, sports and fitness brands can boost people’s wellbeing and drive long-term loyalty and trust.

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