The bar chart below shows the percentage of Australian men and women in different groups who did regular physical activity in 2010.
The graph compares the proportions of Australian
agegroups who participated in physical activity on a regular basis in
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it is clear thatin 2010
womenover 25 were more interested in doing physical activities than
agegroup between 15 to 24, the proportion of
menwho exercised regularly was more than that of
women. The bar chart depicts the percentage of Australian males aged 15 to 24 who engaged in regular activity, which stood at 52.8%.
While, as the
ageprofile increased to 40, their interest in physical activities decreased.
In addition, the lowest percentage of active
menwas related to the 35 to 40
thisperiod, the percentage of those who participated in activities increased moderately from 39.5% to 46.7%.
On the other hand, Australian females had a participation rate in sports training between approximately 47% and 53% in 2010. In their middle
age, the proportion of active
womenwas at the highest level, around 53.3%.
womenin both younger and older ages had a lower proportion, around 47.7% and 47.1%, respectively.
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