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Saturday, September 08, 2012

50% Of UK Adults Don't Think They Can Run 100 Meters

And they are probably 100% right.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt won the Olympic 100 metres in 9.63 seconds on Sunday, reaching a peak speed of around 23mph in a dazzling display of athletic sprinting. On the flip side of that, a survey released this week has revealed that around 45% of adults believe they would be unable to run 100 meters without stopping.

To mark the start of Slimming World's Miles for SMILES activity program, a program that promotes physical activity whilst raising money for the NSPCC, Slimming World together with YouGov conducted a survey involving 2,065 people, which discovered that 56% of women believed they would find it hard or impossible to run 100 meters compared with 31% of men.

The announcement of London hosting the Olympics was thought to encourage Brits to become more active. However, the survey showed that 75% of people, i.e. three out of four individuals are never physically competitive active, whilst over half, i.e. 55% are not physically active at all. In contrast, 6 out of 10 men or 59% enjoy watching sport on TV at least once every week, which is likely to increase during the Olympics.

SFB = Sh*t For Brains.

That is what you must have to think that these "initiatives" will work. Morons.

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