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Endorphins

The “feel-good” chemicals the brain manufactures that can override pain and put you in a better mood.

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Exercise self-efficacy

The capacity for producing a desired result or effect and a predictor of exercise behavior, compliance, and dropout.

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Exercise dependency

There are two forms. One is an individual’s dependence on encouragement and motivation by an instructor or trainer. The other…

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Exercise compliance

An individual participating in an exercise program following the recommended parameters for mode, intensity, duration, and frequency.

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Exercise behavior

Behaviors that motivate an individual to initiate and maintain regular exercise. It also dictates how a person chooses to exercise.…

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