At Orfi, our goal is to help make getting active more accessible.
That’s why we want to highlight some of the clubs and communities revolutionising the way young girls and women get involved in sport.
In 2019, the England Lionesses semi final World Cup match became one of the most watched live sporting events of the year, reaching almost 12 million viewers and gaining nationwide mainstream attention.
A refreshing surprise then, for a sport traditionally described as a ‘man’s game’.
So does this mean we are finally seeing the emergence of women’s football across the country?
Well, at Orfi Active…
A nutritious diet and plenty of exercise can undoubtedly promote good health, but what about the daily habits you practice at home?
From your everyday routine to getting the proper amount of sleep, there are several things you can do to promote and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
It’s said that good habits begin at home, and this is absolutely true whether it relates to your career, your relationships, or your physical health.
So here are some ways you can start practising smarter, healthier habits while at home.
With the NHS handling the unprecedented emergency of Covid-19, we ask what can be done to combat the existing health crisis in the UK to create a healthier nation and a more manageable health service.
The UK is in the midst of a health crisis.
British children are amongst the least active in the world, while poor mental health is affecting the nation.
And with the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology highlighting that physical inactivity can have the same health risk as smoking, it’s clear that something needs to change.
This is where Orfi Active can help, giving those with…
Taking part in sport and physical activity could save the economy over £85 billion.
Or to give a much more contextualised outlook, ‘every £1 spent on community sport and physical activity generates nearly £4 for the English economy and society’.
These remarkable statistics don’t just come from thin air, but the Sport Industry Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, taken from a report commissioned by Sport England.
The report sought to understand the social and economic value of community sport and physical activity in England, and as an app focused on providing an easy access to sport and physical activity…