Handbook of Health Psychology

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have reported favorable improvements in various health- related measures comparable to that of the more traditional fitness- based approach. However, more widespread acceptance and adoption of the new paradigm will depend on the involvement of public health agencies, educational and corporate institutions, and communities. Finally, if a lifestyle approach to health-related physical activity is to be established, it will require the development and adoption of strategies taking account of transitional life periods that may affect physical activities and behaviors.


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