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11 October 2017

Being an active member of a sports club isn’t just good for your fitness.

Being an active member of a sports club isn’t just good for your fitness, but also benefits your psychological and social wellbeing. After reviewing over 1500 published studies on this issue, Austrian researchers concluded that joining a sports club is good for people of all ages and genders. It helps children to become integrated into society and improves their self-confidence, for instance. Active sports club members tend to be more emotionally healthy and content with life, while also being less prone to develop conditions like dementia.

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