The Psychology of Physical Activity, Volume 1
McGraw-Hill Company, 2003 - Exercise - 274 pages
"This is a ground-breaking and comprehensive text devoted solely to the discussion of exercise psychology. Exploring all areas of personal motivation, the benefits of exercise, and the theories, pioneers, and ongoing research, it prepares the exercise science professional for future career opportunities in the pubic and private sector." --McGraw Hill.
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