Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Self-Reported Exercise and Physical Activity Behaviors and Attitudes of South Australians

@article{Thomas2012SociodemographicFA,
  title={Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Self-Reported Exercise and Physical Activity Behaviors and Attitudes of South Australians},
  author={Susie Thomas and Julie A Halbert and Shylie Mackintosh and Stephen Quinn and Maria Crotty},
  journal={Journal of Aging and Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={287 - 306}
}
Objective: To determine self-reported physical activity barriers, behaviors, and beliefs about exercise of a representative sample and to identify associated sociodemographic factors. Method: Face-to-face interviews conducted between September and December 2008, using a random stratified sampling technique. Results: Barriers injury and illness were associated with being older, single, and not engaged in full-time work; lack of time was associated with being married, younger, female, and working… CONTINUE READING

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