The psychological effects of aerobic fitness training: research and theory
Numerous provocative studies on the psychological effects of aerobic fitness training are available today, and more are appearing almost on a daily basis. This book reviews and evaluates the research, and it asks and attempts to answer significant background questions: What are the various motivating factors that have contributed to the emergence of the national fitness movement? What are the public health considerations con- cerning the relationship between physical fitness and coronary heart disease? What exactly do we mean by "physical fitness," especially "aerobic" fitness? This book contains essential, in-depth data for everyone interested in the most solid and reliable information on the psychology of aerobic fitness.
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TWO AEROBIC FITNESS
THREE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
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The Psychological Effects of Aerobic Fitness Training: Research and Theory
David G. McDonald,James A. Hodgdon
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