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More women die from breast cancer than heart disease.
Transcript of More women die from breast cancer than heart disease.
The first Fitness First club in Australia opened in
We now have more than
who visit our
15 million times a year
to offer the best equipment, range of classes, knowledgeable staff and personal advice in a welcoming environment that helps keep our members to achieve their fitness goals.
FITNESS FIRST FOR TEENS
We want to make a difference to the lives of young Australians so we are providing the opportunity for every teenager to improve their fitness, health and lifestyle through our FFIT Holidays program.
GO RED FOR WOMEN DAY
Thursday 11th of June
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Fitness First provides
membership to teenagers during the school holiday periods
Fitness First Australia’s National Charity Partnerships
Fitness First is committed to giving back to the Australian community
Reflecting our commitment to a
healthy, active lifestyle
we have partnered with organisations that may benefit from our
and the energy, commitment and passion of our people.
Heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australian women
Heart disease is largely preventable
Women are almost
more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer
Low physical activity
is identified as one of the most prevalent modifiable risk factors in Australian women who develop heart disease
A recent survey on the exercise habits of Australian high school students found only
of females exercised for over 60 minutes per day. This is
less than their male counterparts.
Fitness First will be providing free after school personal training classes on high school campuses nationally with an aim to educate and shape the exercise habits of young females
body+soul is Australia’s No.1 health, happiness and wellbeing media brand inserted into the six major Sunday markets
(NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, WA, TAS)
The editorial team is led by Gemma Sutherland who is both adventurous and passionate about health, wellbeing and travel. Gemma has worked as a news and sports journalist both in Australia and around the world.
Defining our public:
: Young females interested in health and well being
: High school females 12-18 yrs
: the attitudes and behavioral traits in relation to physical exercise may affect heart disease risk factors
Large enough to matter
: Account for nearly 1.2 million of Australia's population
Easy to research
: Contactable through the high schools
Public Relation Theories
Public Information Model
Two-way symmetrical model
Open dispersal of information to the public about the facts and figures associated with heart disease in women
'Balancing self interest with the interests of others in a give-and-take process that can waver between advocacy and collaboration' (Grunig in Macnamara, J & Crawford, R 2010, pg.187)
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