Applied Exercise Psychology: A Practitioner's Guide to Improving Client Health and Fitness

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Index
Abdomen, 115
Achievement motivation, 53, 166
ACSM recommendations, 82–83
cardiovascular training, 88–90
for children, 120–121
for the elderly, 121–123
flexibility training, 91–92
resistance training, 87–88
Action plan, developing, 142
Addiction to exercise, 106–109
Adherence, 97–109
issues, 99–101, 172–173
strategies for improving, 102–106, 164–168
Advancement of Applied Sport Psy– chology (ASAP), 152–153
Aerobic exercise, 66–69, 82, 88–89
duration, 68–69, 86
frequency, 67, 85
importance of, 32, 39, 66–67
intensity, 67–68, 85–86
progress record, 203
Affiliations, 18–19
American Council of Sports Medicine (ACSM), 171
American Council on Exercise (ACE), 171
Anthropological hypothesis, 47–18
Anticipation, 160
Anxiety, 38–40, 58, 166–167
Applied exercise psychology
consulting, 7–8, 177–184
defined, 4–7
Association/Dissociation, 159
Athletes, 132–133
Attendance monitoring, 155
Attitudes, 24, 25
Attribution training, 161
Back problems, 114–116
Ballistic stretching, 70–71
Barriers, 11–17
types of, 138–139
See also Negative habits
Baseline measures, 46
Basic exercise strategies
guidelines, 82–83
home program, 93–95
long–term compliance, 95–96
techniques, 83–92
Basics, 75
Behavioral strategies, 130, 147–158
Behavior determinants, 129–144
values, importance of, 132–134
See also Disconnected Values Inter– vention Model (DVM)
Beliefs, 25
See also Values
Biologically basis, 146
Body
composition, 10
fat, determining, 189–195
mechanics, 115
Boredom, 15
Burnout, 12 237

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