Strazdins, Lyndall; Broom, Dorothy; Banwell, Cathy; McDonald, Tessa; Skeat, Helen
Lack of time is the main reason people say they do not exercise or use public transport, so addressing time barriers is essential to achieving health promotion goals. Our aim was to investigate how time barriers are viewed by the people who develop programs to increase physical activity or use active transport. We studied five interventions and explored the interplay between views and strategies. Some views emphasized personal choice and attitudes, and strategies to address time barriers were...[Show more]
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