4 edition of Exercise adoption and adherence of college women found in the catalog.
Exercise adoption and adherence of college women
Written in English
|Statement||by Joanne Merrill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 166 leaves|
|Number of Pages||166|
Author Information. John Acquaviva, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology at Roanoke College where his research focuses on fitness education in high schools and the practical uses of the Transtheoretical Model. Dr. Acquaviva is an ACSM member and is ACSM Health/Fitness Instructor® certified. In research on the relationship between self-efficacy and structured exercise adherence among sedentary, middle-aged or older adults, McAuley concluded that self-efficacy is most influential on exercise adherence at times when the exerciser faces new challenges, such as when beginning a new exercise program (McAuley, ; McAuley, Courneya, Rudolph, & Lox, ) or when continuing Cited by:
a) Demographic and biological factors: Trost et al. note that the research indicates that men are more involved than women in physical activity. Moreover, being overweight and/or obese consistently proves to be negatively associated with exercise adherence. In these previously reported studies, which included older adults who volunteered to participate in exercise programs, adherence to regular exercise activity ranged from 50% to 93%, depending on Cited by:
Understanding your clients’ motivations is essential for being able to recommend the most appropriate and effective steps to helping them achieve their lifestyle goals. In fact, identifying their motivations and level of self-efficacy can mean the difference between a client making short-term, temporary fixes and truly achieving lasting, lifestyle : Jessie Newell. The beneficial role of physical activity (PA) to manage the health condition of patients with chronic diseases is well known. However, adherence to PA guidelines in this group is still low. Monitoring and user-interface technology could represent a significant tool to increase exercise adherence to those particular groups who experience difficulties in adhering to regular and substantial Author: Andrea Albergoni, Andrea Albergoni, Florentina J. Hettinga, Florentina J. Hettinga, Antonio La Torre.
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Exercise adoption and adherence of college women. [Joanne Merrill] Book, Archival Material: All Authors / Contributors: Joanne Merrill.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: # Exercise for women--Psychological aspects\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Applied Exercise Psychology emphasizes the application of evidence-based knowledge drawn from the fields of exercise psychology, health psychology, clinical and counseling psychology, and exercise physiology for physical activity behavior change.
The book provides readers with:5/5(1). Exercise Adoption. Eighty-four women (44%) completed at least one exercise session while women (56%) completed 0 sessions (range 0 to 39).
The mean number of sessions completed over the 8 weeks was (SD = ) out of a recommended The factors influencing exercise adherence are not well characterized in women in their premenopausal years. The purpose of this report is to provide an analysis of demographic factors.
Attrition and adherence of young women to aerobic exercise: Lessons from the WISER study season of study entry, work status (full time vs part time employment including studying), education (less than college degree vs college degree or higher), income the first six months of an exercise program are considered the initial adoption phase Cited by: Few studies have examined long-term exercise adherence in older women.
The purpose of this study was to assess predictors of adherence to an intervention involving walking and balance exercises. Reviews "Applied Exercise Psychology is an exceptional contribution to the field. Razon and Sachs focus on the immense challenges associated with increasing exercise participation rates.
This thought-provoking compendium includes a diverse array of 32 chapters that focus on theoretical foundations and applied suggestions for exercise adoption and adherence by respected researchers in the field.".
Exercise Adherence among Older Adults: vigorously promote the adoption of physical activity to promote health and reduce risk factors for a variety of diseases.
Many interventions have been designed to increase participation in and adherence to physical activity. LandrinePredicting exercise adherence in women: The role of Cited by: Motivating cancer survivors to exercise is, however, still challenging because there are some strong exercise barriers hindering adoption and adherence to cancer rehabilitation programs.
Some of these barriers in women with breast cancer include low confidence in the benefits of exercise to minimize long-term breast cancer and treatment Cited by: 3. Social pressures focusing on health and physical attractiveness have been used to promote exercise among women (Prichard & Tiggemann, ).
However, research has shown that motives driven by external sources result in decreased exercise participation (Deci & Ryan, ). The current study examined differences in motivation, self-efficacy, and mood between 64 exercise adherent and non Cited by: 6.
barrier to exercise adoption and maintenance of exercise (Dishman et al., ; Johnson et al., ), we expected better adherence to a prescription calling for exercise on 3 – 4 days per week.
Editorial Reviews "Applied Exercise Psychology is an exceptional contribution to the field. Razon and Sachs focus on the immense challenges associated with increasing exercise participation rates.
This thought-provoking compendium includes a diverse array of 32 chapters that focus on theoretical foundations and applied suggestions for exercise adoption and adherence by respected Author: Selen Razon.
Recent Conceptual and Methodological Advances. Ekkekakis and colleagues (Ekkekakis, ; Ekkekakis et al., ; Ekkekakis & Petruzzello,) have provided a number of critical insights over the past several years that have laid the groundwork for examination of the proposed exercise-affect-adherence relationship.
1 Perhaps most important to their framework, Ekekkakis and Cited by: Introduction. Physical activity has a range of physical and psychological health benefits for people of all ages. 1 Structured exercise programs are a type of physical activity and have been found to be beneficial in older people.
Carefully designed, structured exercise programs can prevent falls, 2 increase muscle strength 3 and enhance balance in older people. 4Cited by: Exercise, Affect, and Adherence: An Integrated Model and a Case for Self-Paced Exercise Article Literature Review in Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 30(5) November with.
Strategies for Increasing Early Adherence to and Long-Term Maintenance of Home-Based Exercise Training in Healthy Middle-Aged Men and Women ABBY C. KING, PhD, C. BARR TAYLOR, MD, WILLIAM L. HASKELL, PhD, and ROBERT F. DEBUSK, MD two studies were undertaken to compare strategies for the adoption and maintenance of moderate-intensity, home-based exercise by: The Training Interventions and Genetics of Exercise Response (TIGER) Study is a prospective cohort study with the goals of introducing sedentary college-aged adults to regular exercise and identifying genetic factors that influence physiological responses to exercise training and exercise by: Determinants of adherence (Dumoulin et al ) Population Determinants (Moderators & Mediators) Strategies Women with Urinary Incontinence (UI) Alewijnse Chen Positive intention to adhere Amount of urine lost (i.e.
symptom level) Self efficacy expectations Attitudes towards the exercises Perceived social pressure to engage Dyadic cohesion (i.e. This was a randomized controlled trial with 2-year follow-up. Sedentary women (n = ) aged ≥70 randomized to the exercise intervention were evaluated in their homes.
The exercise prescription included walking 30 minutes per day 5 days per week and completing 11 balance exercises Cited by: Programmes involving the use of behaviour management techniques appear to increase short term adherence to exercise.
Recently, an adherence rate of greater than 95% over 6 months was achieved in a large group of university employees who participated in aerobic training using a ‘behavioural treatment packages’ by:. Effects of Intermittent Exercise and Use of Home Exercise Equipment on Adherence, Weight Loss, and Fitness in Overweight Women: A Randomized Trial the women and men in the registry.Sedentary adults (N = ) were randomly assigned in a 2 x 2 design to walk 30 min per day at a frequency of either or days per week, at an intensity of either 45%% or 65%% of maximum heart rate reserve.
Analyses of exercise accumulated over 6 months showed greater amounts completed in the higher frequency (p) and moderate intensity (p) conditions.
Analyses of Cited by: Predictors of adherence to a strength training program for older women: Creator: Rhodes, Ryan: Date Issued: Description: The rate of regular physical activity in North America is very poor. Elderly females, the fastest rising portion of the population, report the lowest exercise frequency of all demographic groups.