Acute Psychological Benefits of Exercise Performed at Self-Selected Workloads: Implications for Theory and Practice

Article, Other literature type English OPEN
Szabo, Attila;
(2003)
  • Publisher: Asist Group
  • Journal: Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (issn: 1303-2968)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3942640
  • Subject: running | GV557-1198.995 | emotion | Research Article | mood | Sports | affect | exercise | workload | Sports medicine | RC1200-1245 | Aerobic

Given that most studies to date examined the connection between exercise and affect without considering the participants’ preferred exercise workload, in this research the affective-benefits of jogging or running at a participant-selected pace were investigated in a pil... View more
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