Brendon Stubbs is Head of Physiotherapy at a large mental health trust (the South London and Maudsley) and is a clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London. Brendon’s research focuses on how physical activity can improve mental health, how keeping a healthy body keeps the mind healthy (and vice versa) and how lifestyle contributes to healthy ageing. Brendon has published over 350 academic papers. Brendon has recently co-authored a book detailing the evidence for the use of physical activity to improve mental health and many mental illnesses. His research has been featured in the New York Times, TIME magazine, CNN, Men’s Health, BBC news and BBC Radio, ITV news, Sky News and many other platforms. Brendon continues to work clinically in South London, providing a weekly physiotherapy clinic in a secure forensic service for men and women with severe and enduring mental health problems.