Perceived Exercise Benefits and Barriers of Non-Exercising Female University Students in the United Kingdom

Abstract

Many individuals do not engage in sufficient physical activity due to low perceived benefits and high perceived barriers to exercise. Given the increasing incidence of obesity and obesity related health disorders, this topic requires further exploration. We used the Exercise Benefits/Barriers Scale to assess perceived benefit and barrier intensities to… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph7030784

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