Factors influencing exercise participation frequency among UWRF students
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The goal of this study was to determine the reported reasons University of Wisconsin-River Falls students give for choosing whether or not to participate in exercise and if there is a relationship between their amount of leisure time, number of credits enrolled in, number of hours per week of employment and reported reasons for choosing to participate or not participate in exercise.
University of Wisconsin-River Falls--Students
College students--Time management
College students--Health and hygiene
Color poster with text detailing research conducted by Gary Larson, Jordon Larson and Stephanie Quast into the factors influencing exercise participation among students at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
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