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A qualitative analysis of perceived barriers and motivators to physical activity in children from ethnic minority groups and white British children.

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Lack of physical activity is a problem worldwide despite its well-known health benefits. Children from ethnic minority groups report some of the lowest levels of physical activity. In trying to address this, the voices and perspectives of children, especially children from ethnic minority groups, are often overlooked.

The primary purpose of this study was to identify and compare the perceived barriers and motivators to physical activity of children from ethnic minority groups and white British children in a UK city. A semi-structured interview on physical activity participation was conducted in English with 20 children aged 8-11 years old.

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