Dr Andrew Murray – Thoughts on the Future of Health
Dr Andrew Murray – The Importance of Physical Fitness
Big10Challenge (Part 1 of 2)
Dr Andrew Murray & Donnie Campbell take on one of Scotland’s toughest challenges to date!
Big10Challenge (Part 2 of 2)
Lessons from Africa
The Couch is Killer
Dr Andrew Murray at TEDxUniversityofEdinburgh explains that physical inactivity is the biggest health challenge of our age.
7 ultra marathons on 7 continents in 7 days!
Dr Andrew Murray takes on the Challenge to run 7 ultra marathons on 7 continents in 7 days! As the physical health champion of the Scottish government, Andrew has already taken on Scotland to Sahara Challenge and was the winner of the North Pole Marathon. Now, he is set to start his Ultra challenge whilst trying to promote that everyone can find 30 minutes in their day to get active!
Why join the 5×50 Run The World Challenge?
Dr Andrew Murray explains why the 5×50 Run The World Challenge is a great idea for your health – so join us, sign up and bring a friend or two with you.
23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?
A video that presents the benefits of doing sport, summing-up: the best preventive medicine.
Take 30, the Ramblers Scotland guide to health & fitness:
Dr Andrew Murray, The Scottish Government’s Physical Activity Champion urges us all to be more physically active in our daily lives. Promoting TAKE 30, the Ramblers Scotland Guide to walking for health and fitness, he recommends downloading the 12 week walk programme to get started.
Dr Andrew Murray at the NHSScotland Event:
Dr Andrew Murray, Physical Activity Champion, Scottish Government talking about the single best thing you can do for your health.
Keeping the Olympic Spirit:
Over 400,000 Scots have lined the streets to see the flame tour Scotland’s communities and some of its most iconic landmarks over the last week.
90:10 The single most important thing you can do for your stress:
Concussions 101, a Primer for Kids and Parents:
The symptoms of a concussion can be tough for kids to recognize, learn how to recognize them.