Exercise Frequency Audience Targeting

Polls based on Exercise Frequency specific focus groups: Low Exercise, Medium Exercise, and High Exercise

Polls with Exercise Frequency-specific Targeting

Check out 7 surveys targeting exercise frequency. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • How do you choose what kind of machines you use at the gym?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • It's really a combination of both. I do cardio for 1/2 the workout and targeted muscle lifting for the other half.
    • I'm satisfied with my weight so I just look for tone.
    • I want to lose weight, not gain muscle yet.
    • I go to the gym to burn calories at the moment. I am not working on building muscle at the moment so I choose machines based on calorie burn and physical impact on my body. I have a few physical issues that make some machines painful to use.
    • i personally would target a muscle group...
  • Would you use a SMART bench press machine instead of free-weight or conventional bench press if this new machine was focused on safety, maximizing muscle built, and providing custom user programs?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • I think it would help to maximize my workout, helping me get the most out of it. And it would be safe, probably safer than working out alone with no monitoring.
    • I would use anything that helps me better
    • It's nice to know that you have good form and are doing the exercises correctly especially if you don't have or can't afford a trainer. It helps you focus on being safe and doing the exercises so you have good form it is worth it
    • I might use that if it is more focused on safety, as I don't really know how to lift weights properly.
    • Yes I would, but only in my house. Free weights provide strengthening of the stabilizer muscles as well. At home I don't have a spotter, and have kids running around. This would be a good option for home.
  • Which design do you love more?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • I really like that design, it reminds me of art by Keith Haring
    • This one is minimally better, and only chosen because I dislike animal prints.
    • This pattern is quite unique and attracts the eye. I think this more creative design is more appealing and it seems more original than the other choice.
    • don't like the red highlights in the other one
    • The duochromatic look of option A is more appealing than the pink and blue contrast of option B.
  • Which Main Image Do you Prefer? Please be specific. This would appear in Which Main Image Do you Prefer? This would appear in a search result on amazona search result on amazon

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • A is a lot better because it says that it works with standard equipment, and also says it's sturdy so seems better quality
    • this is more descriptive of what it does
    • I prefer option A because it shows more information. It tells you the swivel,and the lbs that it will fit. It's nice to have that little bit more information available without having to seach for it on the box.
    • I prefer Option A because of the additional wordage and description added in its display. The colors are also more appealing and eye catching too.
    • A gives a lot more description and I think with a product that looks as complicated at this, then the more information at first glance, the better.
  • Two different labels for the same exact product: Which would you be more likely to purchase or take a look at? Why?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • This packaging looks to be a higher quality, so I would assume the product is of higher quality
    • Looks more scientific thanks to the almost blackboard look it has.
    • I think the black and white nutrition facts appear to be more genuine and authentic.
    • Looks more professional and high quality
    • The dark text is easier for me to read and the Aphrodite logo gives it character.
  • Which one would you buy based on the Look and Size? same function.

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • I prefer the looks of B best although they are all a lot alike.
    • its more appealing
    • The one I chose has the most professional looking photos. And I think it is a great size.
    • I chose based on the bright colors of the bags as well as their overall cleanliness.
    • The light colored stripe on A is distinctive and would be easily seen. It looks more stylish and possible a bit larger.
  • What questions or concerns do you have before purchasing this bar?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • I would have to know the ingredients. Many nutrition bars are made with cheap sources of highly processed protein such as hexane extracted soy protein because it is cheap as its a byproduct of soy oil . I hope his bar is made with whole food ingredients
    • Is the bar expensive. Do they come in bulk?
    • I want to know the nutrition facts table for this bar. All the nuts that are included in the process of making the bar. I am allergic to a certain type of nuts.
    • I'd probably want to see an actual nutrition label, but that's about it.
    • This is well written and well advertised, but I need more info. Without knowing the actual FDA required list of ingredients, amount of calorie, protein, etc I can't guarantee that I would buy this just on what is listed above.

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