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Volume 1: No. 4, October 2004

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Use of a Community Trail Among New and Habitual Exercisers: a Preliminary Assessment

Figure. Percentage of increase in physical activity reported by new and habitually active exercisers when asked, “Since using the trail, approximately how much has your exercise level increased?”  χ2 (4) = 120.54, P < 0.001

  0-25% 26-50% 51-75% 76-100% > 100%
New Exerciser 9.5 20.2 17.9 42.9 9.5
Habitually Active 56.8 30.1 8.7 3.1 1.3

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