Bulletin 15: Beliefs about the benefits of physical activity

2014-2015 Physical Activity Monitor (Adult focus),

December 23, 2016

The 2014-2015 Physical Activity Monitor asked Canadians (18 years and older) about their beliefs about the benefits of physical activity, including the prevention of heart disease, reducing stress, and maintaining the ability to do everyday tasks with age. In addition to the perceived benefits, the study explored Canadians’ perceptions about the level of their own activity for reaping these same benefits.


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Key Research Area(s)

Attitudes, Beliefs or Preferences

Population(s)

Adults

Publication Type

Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Self-Report Population Data

The CFLRI is conducting a study of physical activity opportunities in Canadian workplaces. If you have received an invitation to participate in this and have any questions regarding the study please contact us at research_recherche@cflri.ca. Thank you for your participation!