Demystifying Adult Drop-out From In-door Health Club Recreation Activities Within Five-star Hotels
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Demystifying Adult Drop-out From In-door Health Club Recreation Activities Within Five-star Hotels In Nairobi, Kenya
Currently, most adults are aware of the benefits of leisure and recreation activities hence having the intention to participate. However, their intent to participate does not match their indulgence. For most of those who participate, their indulgence is not sustained and they drop-out after some time. This study sought to determine factors that influence hotel health club members (HHCMs) drop- out from participating in different recreational activities found in five star hotel in Nairobi. A descriptive survey method covering 109 health club members strategically sampled and 12 health club instructors purposively sampled from four out of the eight five star hotels in Nairobi was used. Data frDownloadViews: 65

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