Our world is becoming more industrialized by the day and our modern lifestyle is taking its toll on our health. This has led to an increase in a number of physical and physiological problems as a result of more and more sedentary (passive) lifestyle. Adults and kids spend an increasing number of time in front of screens (TV, computers and mobile phones). Couple this with the increase in obesity and a large amount of time we spend sitting and you have a recipe for a large variety of problems such as diabetes, heart disease, depression, addiction, sleep deprivation, stress, etc. The Green Sport Foundation is a non-profit organisation creating awareness and solutions for these problems by helping people to reconnect with nature through outdoor sport and recreational activities. We are not at all against technology or a modern society but want to show people that spending time being active in nature can help us find the correct balance in our lives.  The Green Sport Foundation is a non-profit company (NPC) which aim to develop and promote outdoor, nature sport -and recreational activities to the benefit of the community. 

Ten benefits of exercising in nature:

- Improves mental wellbeing
- Provides variety to your workouts
- Relieves stress and anxiety
- Creates awareness for you natural environment
- Distracts from everyday worries
- Reduces blood pressure
- More oxygen from fresh air
- More Vitamin D from sunlight
- Is cost effective
- Can be a spiritual experience

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Our mission is four-fold: To create opportunities for participation in nature based sport and recreational activities. To educate participants about the importance of conserving our natural environment. To aid the development of nature based (green) sports. To create awareness about the dangers of a passive, modern lifestyle and getting people active in nature.


To reach a worldwide audience and get people playing and participating outside in nature to ultimately create a healthier and happier society that cares about their well-being and that of the natural world that surrounds us.