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SURVEY: Male footy fans on eating and exercise

fremantlefc.com.au  January 14, 2016 3:55 PM

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Curtin University are surveying male AFL fans between the ages of 35 and 65.

Take part in the survey and you could win a 2015 Fremantle Dockers jumper signed by the players, captain and coach!
 
Curtin University are inviting male AFL fans between the ages of 35 and 65, to share their perspectives on exercise and eating. The survey should only take around 10 - 15 minutes to complete. Your insights would be invaluable, and your opinions and participation would be greatly appreciated.
 
Take the survey and be in the running to WIN
 
Despite the known benefits of being physically active and eating a healthy diet, many people do not engage in these health behaviours and in particular, males tend to participate less than women in physical activity and healthy eating programs.
 
Curtin University would like to learn more about the perspectives middle-aged male AFL fans have about physical activity and healthy eating. In the long run, they would like to see whether the delivery of a weight loss intervention in the context of an AFL ground is a viable way to support men in adopting healthy lifestyles.
 
The purpose of this overall project is to conduct a survey and undertake some interviews to help us to understand more about male AFL fans’ perspectives on topics related to physical activity and healthy eating.