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Project “Villages on Move Baltic” (VOM BALTIC) 1.1.2016-31.12.2017 (Nr. 2016-3715/001-001)

 

Dear participants,

We are interested in people's motivating methods for physical activities in different social and age groups. This is a part of a wide study being conducted in many countries around the Baltic states. Your answers will help us to understand how active you are in comparison with people in other countries. Research will be carried in 5 countries: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Denmark, Findland.

Research is anonymous. Thank you for participating!

You can write your e-mail by the organization for example

Contact person: Dr. Viktorija Piscalkiene. Kauno kolegija/Kaunas UAS Faculty of Medicine

viktorija.piscalkiene@go.kauko.lt

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Name of the event:
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You are?
How old are you?
Your height?
Your weight?
In which country do you live?
Your nationality?
In what area do you live?
What kind of work you do?
Do you have any problems with your health? Can you describe?
INTERNATIONAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY QUESTIONNAIRE What is my motyvation to be actice in physically?
The questions are about the time you spent being physically active in the last 7 days. They include questions about activities you do at work, as part of your house and yard work, to get from place to place, and in your spare time for recreation, exercise or sport. Please answer each question even if you do not consider yourself to be an active person In answering the following questions, Vigorous physical activities refer to activities that take hard physical effort and make you breathe much harder that normal. Moderate activities refer to activities that take moderate physical effort and make you breathe somewhat harder that normal.
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1A: During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do vigorous physical activities like heavy lifting, digging, aerobics, or fast bicycling,? Think about only those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time. (days per week)
1B: How much time in total did you usually spend on one of those days doing vigorous physical activities? (hours and minutes)
2A: Again, think only about those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do moderate physical activities like carrying light loads, bicycling at a regular pace, or doubles tennis? Do not include walking. (days per week)
2B: How much time in total did you usually spend on one of those days doing moderate physical activities? (hours and minutes)
3A: During the last 7 days, on how many days did you walk for at least 10 minutes at a time? This includes walking at work and at home, walking to travel from place to place, and any other walking that you did solely for recreation, sport, exercise or leisure. (days per week)
3B: How much time in total did you usually spend walking on one of those days? (hours and minutes)
The last question is about the time you spent sitting on weekdays while at work, at home, while doing course work and during leisure time. This includes time spent sitting at a desk, visiting friends, reading traveling on a bus or sitting or lying down to watch television. During the last 7 days, how much time in total did you usually spend sitting on a week day? (hours and minutes)
TYPES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: What types of physical activity do you use (for last 6 month)? You can mark several options.
If you participated an event, please answer following questions.
What kind of activities you have tried during the event?
Which of the activity you liked the most?
Which new activities would you like for next events?
WHAT IS MY MOTIVATION TO BE ACTIVE IN PHYSICALLY?
WHAT IS MY MOTIVATION TO BE ACTIVE IN PHYSICALLY?
Motivation is thought to be a combination of the drive within us to achieve our aims. With this in mind, motivation has the following two forms, intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. Mark the answers in each row
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Motivation
Absolutely NONOYESAbsolutely YES
It is interesting to see my own improvement
So much written and spoken about it in Media (internet, TV, Radio)
The person‘s quality of life depends on personal effort
If you start to achieve something, you have to go to the end
I like to experience the joy
I like to do physical exercises
I put effort and seek for excellence
I want to prove that not only others can, but I can too
That I do for my pleasure
I find friends and like-minded
I like to look for discoveries and victories
I want to be healthy
I would like to pass a good example to my family
It reduce stress
It is fun and interesting
Because it helps my image
I would like to pass a good example to my friends
I want others to see me physically fit