Conceptualizing Applied Exercise Psychology

  title={Conceptualizing Applied Exercise Psychology},
  author={M. Anshel},
Exercise psychology has become an emerging field of scholarly research, prolific conference presentations, and of increasing relevance to a world that is experiencing a health paradox. Vastly improved medical care, at least in most of the western world, has been accompanied by a paucity of healthy habits (e.g., a deep propensity to avoid physical activity, intake of large portions of high fat food). The result is decreased health and increased health care costs for all age groups, ethnicities… CONTINUE READING


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