26 Mar Research news live: Why Australians exercise and the price of keeping fit Study reveals behaviours, habits and motivations behind exercise
Study reveals behaviours, habits and motivations behind exercise.
Originally published: Research news live, 26 March 2019
SYDNEY, MARCH 26, 2019: Millennials are spending an average of $1020 per year to keep fit, with 5 per cent investing over $3600 per annum, on gyms, fitness classes, smartwatches and exercise apps, a new survey by global data and insights company Pureprofile (ASX:PPL) has found.
Most people, including baby boomers, nominate overall wellness and health, and the positive impact on mental health as the most tangible and intangible reasons they exercise, respectively.