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Three Theories of Exercise Adherence
An overview of three theories of exercise adherence.
# 121344 | 1,250 words | 7 sources | APA | 2008 | US


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This paper examined and discussed three theories of exercise adherence where adherence was defined as an individual's degree to commitment to participating in a regular and ongoing program of exercise without dropping out. These theories were: (1) The psychobiologic screening model; (2) the locus of control model; and (3) the adherence as a process model.

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"Noting that at least a percent of all individuals in a self-monitored exercise program will drop out of the program within six months, Sullivan stated that it was important to gain a fuller understanding of the variables influencing exercise adherence where adherence can be defined as an individual's degree to commitment to participating in a regular and ongoing program of exercise without dropping out. Sullivan postulated three theoretical frameworks of exercise adherence. The purpose of this paper is to delineate and discuss these..."

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