The charts below show the results of a survey of the primary exercise objectives and locations of a selected group of adults between 20 and 50 years of age. Summarise the information by selection and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant

The charts illustrate the main goals and locations of people aged between 20 and 50 reported by a survey. The bar chart provides details about the 5 main aims (recreation, muscle toning, weight loss, disease prevention and mood improvement) of working out, whereas the pie chart shows percentages of 5 different locations for exercising. Overall, the primary goal of people doing exercise is to recover.
In contrast
, only a minority of people reported to get active to improve their mood or lose weight.
, the most frequently visited location is the gym, but public venues, playgrounds and other places are
quite popular with a combined percentage of over two fifth. In terms of objectives, recreation is the main goal for two fifth of all people, while around one quarter does sports to tone their muscles and define their body. Weight loss, disease prevention and mood improvement motivate people the least, with all three aims ranging between 10 and around 14%.
, the most popular location to sweat is the gym with 35%, followed by the park with 20% of people going there. Public sports venues, playgrounds and other places are similar in popularity with 15% each.
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