Can the Affective Response to Exercise Predict Future Motives and Physical Activity Behavior? A Systematic Review of Published Evidence.

@article{Rhodes2015CanTA,
  title={Can the Affective Response to Exercise Predict Future Motives and Physical Activity Behavior? A Systematic Review of Published Evidence.},
  author={Ryan E. Rhodes and Andrew Kates},
  journal={Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 5},
  pages={715-31}
}
BACKGROUND Consistent with hedonic theories of behavior, the affective response to physical activity has been posited as an important determinant of future physical activity; yet, we are unaware of an overview of evidence regarding this relationship. PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to review the published literature regarding whether the affective response to physical activity relates to future physical activity behavior and key motivational constructs. METHODS A systematic review… CONTINUE READING
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