Perceived Correlates of Domain-Specific Physical Activity in Rural Adults in the Midwest
Examines the levels of physical activity of rural adults in southeastern Iowa in various environments and the barriers to being active. The study uses the Kaiser Physical Activity Survey to record the rates of exercise in the domains of home care, work, active living, and sport.
Matthew Chrisman, Faryle Nothwehr, Jingzen Yang, Jacob Oleson
Journal of Rural Health, 30(4), 352-358
Infrastructure · Physical activity · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Iowa