Exercise makes you feel good, but does feeling good make you exercise?: an examination of obese dieters.

@article{Carels2007ExerciseMY,
  title={Exercise makes you feel good, but does feeling good make you exercise?: an examination of obese dieters.},
  author={Robert A. Carels and Carissa B Coit and Kathleen Young and Bonnie g. Berger},
  journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={706-22}
}
Whereas exercise-induced mood enhancement has been well documented, the relationship between mood and exercise participation is less well understood. Mood states influence evaluative judgments that could plausibly influence a decision to exercise. Further, most exercise-mood research is limited to normal weight adults in response to a single exercise session. The current investigation examines the influence of (a) morning mood on exercise, (b) exercise intensity/duration on mood enhancement… CONTINUE READING

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