Lucozade Sport #TheMoversList

Be inspired by The Movers List.


We were all made to move, yet busy modern lives mean making time for fitness and exercise can be a challenge.

But despite this, our research has found that 61 per cent of men and 71 per cent of women are more likely to stick to regular sport and exercise if they are part of a group as opposed to on their own.
That’s why our team of researchers have identified 50 individuals to create the inaugural Lucozade Sport Movers List, recognising and celebrating the unsung people who inspire others to move.

From a paddleboard yogi and a BMXer steering youths away from gang violence, to an ‘IronGran’ dedicated to keeping O.A.Ps fit, the individuals diverse but united in their passion to help others discover the joy of movement.

Explore The Movers List below and find facilities near you to challenge yourself with a new sport.

Lucozade Sport #TheMoversList

Be inspired by The Movers List.


We were all made to move, yet busy modern lives mean making time for fitness and exercise can be a challenge.

But despite this, our research has found that 61 per cent of men and 71 per cent of women are more likely to stick to regular sport and exercise if they are part of a group as opposed to on their own.
That’s why our team of researchers have identified 50 individuals to create the inaugural Lucozade Sport Movers List, recognising and celebrating the unsung people who inspire others to move.

From a paddleboard yogi and a BMXer steering youths away from gang violence, to an ‘IronGran’ dedicated to keeping O.A.Ps fit, the individuals diverse but united in their passion to help others discover the joy of movement.

Explore The Movers List below and find facilities near you to challenge yourself with a new sport.

Are you made to move?

Whether you want to try a new sport or continue doing the exercise you love, click below to find activities in locations near you.

The Movement Revolution Report

A revolution in movement is happening around us as millions of people begin to use
physical fitness, sport and exercise to discover happiness and wellbeing in their
super-busy lives; to build new communities and friendships; and even to tackle
inequality, racism and injustice, as our new research shows.