Australian Men And Women Who Did Regular Physical Activity | Task 1 Academic IELTS Report Sample

The bar chart shows the percentage of Australian men and women in different age groups who did regular physical activity in 2010. Write a report.

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Task 1 Academic Report Sample

The bar chart depicts the proportion of Australian men and women of different age groups who did physical activity regularly in the year 2010. Overall, it can be seen that women of all age groups except those in the 15-24 age group were physically more active than men.

In 2010, 52.8% of men in the 15-24 age group did physical activity regularly. During the same year, the percentage of physically active women was 47.7%. The proportion of physically active men gradually decreased as the age increased. The least physically active men were those in the 35 to 44 age group. Only 39.5% of them exercised regularly in 2010.

By contrast, women in the higher age groups were more physically active than those in the lower age groups. The least physically active among them were those in the 65 plus age group. Actually among this age group the proportion of men and women who did exercise on a daily basis was more or less the same.

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  1. HAO says:

    Thank you! Here is my answer.

    The chart compares the attendance of regular exercise by females and males of different ages in Australia during 2010.

    Overall, it is clear that young men who aged between 15 to 24 were more willing to do exercise. After 25, females were more active than males in physical activities.

    52.8% of 15 to 24 years old men did regular exercise in 2010, which is the highest among all the male groups. By contrast, the figure for females was only 47.7 % in the same age group over the year shown. Interestingly, the group of people who were more than 65 years old saw a similar percentage with around 47% for both genders.

    After 25 years old, women overtook men to do more regular exercise. In the age group 35 to 44, there was the biggest difference of physical activities attendance between men and women, with 39.5% and 52.5% respectively. Females aged 45 to 54 liked to take exercise the most with 53.3% among all the age groups.