Policy level: Urban planning policies require green spaces or areas for people to be physically active. In Kew, they have a bike track called the MAIN YARRA TRAIL where people are allowed to cycle, run and walk.
Policy level: In this fashion show, members of the audience are not allowed to run or be physically active during the show. These are the rules of the occasion.
Individual level: Someone may perceive the late and dark hours as a barrier to being physically active. This is referred to as someone's perceived safety.
Individual level: The presence of wild animals in an area may be a perceived barrier to being physically active.
Social level: Students are given learning support. They may be encouraged to increase their participation in physical activity in order to improve their learning skills.
Individual level: This may be an incentive for one to be physically active. It motivates an individual to participate in a sport.
Social level: Athletic races or sports competitions are organised by the community. If these activities are encouraged by the community, then more people in that community would be physically active.
Individual level: The perceived aesthetics of this pool could influence an individual's choice of being physically active or not.
Physical level: The man made play ground is a facility that the public can use. It encourages physical activity and play, using the equipment.
Physical level: This is how MLC uses their land. Stairs are implemented for students to get to and from class. Walking on the stairs is an example of physical activity.