Tables index

From

Affective Benefits are as Important as the Awareness of Improved Health as Motivators to be Physically Active

M. Felicia Cavallini, Lexi M. Noti, Taylor G. Gomes, & David J. Dyck

Journal of Physical Activity Research. 2020, 5(1), 14-22 doi:10.12691/jpar-5-1-4
  • Table 1. The Top 5 Motivators Across All Respondents, 18 to 64 years, in Southern Ontario and South Carolina. Percentages refer to those respondents that indicated a motivator as one of their top 3 ranked motivators (1st, 2nd or 3rd)
  • Table 2. Top 5 motivators in males and females in Southern Ontario and South Carolina by age group (18-34, and 35-64 years). Percentages refer to those respondents that indicated a motivator as one of their top 3 ranked motivators (1st, 2nd or 3rd). The number in parentheses represents the motivator being ranked (indicated after the table)
  • Table 3. Percentage of male and female survey respondents in Southern Ontario that chose a particular motivator as their #1 choice. Rankings are indicated in parentheses within each gender and age group (e.g. all respondents, male 18-34 years, etc.)
  • Table 4. Percentage of male and female survey respondents in South Carolina that chose a particular motivator as their first choice