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2. Interview 3 people who walk 30 minutes or more a day.

2. Interview 3 people who walk 30 minutes or more a day.

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  • 1. CS377T 10/9/2012INTERVIEW 3 PEOPLEAndrew Han
  • 2. High School Friend & Sophomore @ UIUC : Prithvi R. Conclusion: Prithvi was forced into walking every day because it was Bike got stolen, no car inconvenient for him to do otherwise. Big campus, have to bus to Walk 30+ min a day get around It is the most time-efficient way for Apartment far from bus him to traverse campus. How canstops, not convenient to wait make the desired behavior more convenient or time-saving (without stealing vehicles)?
  • 3. High School Junior: Angie M. Conclusion: Because Angie choosesWalk from class to class: to walk around at lunch and ~20 min a day socialize, she gets an extra 15-30 minutes of walking every day.Walk to and from school: Walk 30+ min a day ~20 minutes a day Walking during lunch: How can we make physical activity, ~15-30 minutes if only walking, a social activity?
  • 4. Residential Fellow: Stephanie E. Walk 30+ min a day Conclusion: When Stephanie walks Chopstick, my dorm’s dog, it is a form of leisure for her. How can we make the desired behavior a form of enjoyed activity, rather than a chore?