Psychological Concomitants of Crossfit Training : Does More Exercise Really Make Your Everyday Psychological Functioning Better ?

@inproceedings{Kteles2016PsychologicalCO,
  title={Psychological Concomitants of Crossfit Training : Does More Exercise Really Make Your Everyday Psychological Functioning Better ?},
  author={Ferenc K{\"o}teles and Maria Kollsete and Hannah Kollsete},
  year={2016}
}
The research aimed at studying relationships between characteristics of CrossFit training (time elapsed from starting with training, weekly session frequency) and indicators of well-being, self-esteem, body awareness, satisfaction with body image, and perceived body competence. Participants, 186 Norwegian individuals (57.5% female; mean age: 28.9±7.81 years) regularly participating in CrossFit, completed online surveys (WHO-5 Well-being Scale, PANAS, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, Body Awareness… CONTINUE READING

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