Elucidating satisfaction with physical activity: an examination of the day-to-day associations between experiences with physical activity and satisfaction during physical activity initiation.

@article{Baldwin2013ElucidatingSW,
  title={Elucidating satisfaction with physical activity: an examination of the day-to-day associations between experiences with physical activity and satisfaction during physical activity initiation.},
  author={Austin S Baldwin and Scott A Baldwin and Valerie G. Loehr and Julie L. Kangas and Georita M Frierson},
  journal={Psychology & health},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 12},
  pages={
          1424-41
        }
}
Satisfaction with physical activity is known to be an important factor in physical activity maintenance, but the factors that influence satisfaction are not well understood. The purpose of this study was to elucidate how ongoing experiences with recently initiated physical activity are associated with satisfaction. Participants (n = 116) included insufficiently active volunteers who initiated a self-directed physical activity regimen and completed daily diaries about their experiences for 28… CONTINUE READING
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