Fitness Barriers Broken In Workplace Exercise Trial

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Psychologists from the University of Leeds are helping to motivate more than 1,000 workers to get fit in a work-based study into physical activity and health - believed to be the first of its kind in the UK.

Bus drivers, office staff and managers from three major organisations have signed up to the trial run by a team from the University's Institute of Psychological Sciences in partnership with the Health and Safety Laboratory and funded by a

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