Psychological factors influencing exercise adherence in young adult women Ankita Dhone

Psychological factors influencing exercise adherence in young adult women

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Book Title
Psychological factors influencing exercise adherence in young adult women
Author
Ankita Dhone
ISBN
9781805455455
As we enter the ultramodern society, one of the substantial achievements to be celebrated is the sustained pursuit of fitness since the genesis of man's actuality. Throughout primitive time, man's quest for fitness has been driven by a desire to survive through hunting and gathering. As time passed, though no longer driven by subsistence requirements, fitness persisted paramount to health and well-being. In the Dark ages i.e., 476-1000 and Middle Ages i.e., 900-1400 also Physical activity and fitness were crucially important for survival. The renewed appreciation for human life got evolved during the Renaissance which created an environment that was ready for the widespread development of physical education. It seems that as societies become too enamored with wealth, prosperity, and self-entertainment, with that fitness levels dropped. In addition, as technology got advanced with man, the levels of physical fitness have decreased. History always offers a little insight on how to prevent or turnaround these recourses.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Ankita DhonePublisher: MohsinmuzaffarPublished: 01/15/2023ISBN: 9781805455455Pages: 252Weight: 0.75lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.53d

As we enter the ultramodern society, one of the substantial achievements to be celebrated is the sustained pursuit of fitness since the genesis of man's actuality. Throughout primitive time, man's quest for fitness has been driven by a desire to survive through hunting and gathering. As time passed, though no longer driven by subsistence requirements, fitness persisted paramount to health and well-being. In the Dark ages i.e., 476-1000 and Middle Ages i.e., 900-1400 also Physical activity and fitness were crucially important for survival. The renewed appreciation for human life got evolved during the Renaissance which created an environment that was ready for the widespread development of physical education. It seems that as societies become too enamored with wealth, prosperity, and self-entertainment, with that fitness levels dropped. In addition, as technology got advanced with man, the levels of physical fitness have decreased. History always offers a little insight on how to prevent or turnaround these recourses.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Ankita Dhone
Publisher: Mohsinmuzaffar
Published: 01/15/2023
ISBN: 9781805455455
Pages: 252
Weight: 0.75lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.53d

As we enter the ultramodern society, one of the substantial achievements to be celebrated is the sustained pursuit of fitness since the genesis of man's actuality. Throughout primitive time, man's quest for fitness has been driven by a desire to survive through hunting and gathering. As time passed, though no longer driven by subsistence requirements, fitness persisted paramount to health and well-being. In the Dark ages i.e., 476-1000 and Middle Ages i.e., 900-1400 also Physical activity and fitness were crucially important for survival. The renewed appreciation for human life got evolved during the Renaissance which created an environment that was ready for the widespread development of physical education. It seems that as societies become too enamored with wealth, prosperity, and self-entertainment, with that fitness levels dropped. In addition, as technology got advanced with man, the levels of physical fitness have decreased. History always offers a little insight on how to prevent or turnaround these recourses.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Ankita Dhone
Publisher: Mohsinmuzaffar
Published: 01/15/2023
ISBN: 9781805455455
Pages: 252
Weight: 0.75lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.53d