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Lifestyles 1

Internal Barriers to Exercise

Intimidation & Embarrassment Those new to exercising often perceive health and fitness environment as intimidating
Self Preservation & Social Physique Anxiety Instructor should be non judgmental and should diffuse, reduce or eliminate anxiety
Low Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence Build peoples confidence that they can exercise on a regular basis
Outcome Orientation Do not overemphasize on outcome, people are more motivated by the short term, positive feelings from exercising
Perceived Lack of Time As exercise increases in perceived value, the barrier of "time" is reduced
Perceived Inconvenience An individualized exercise program helps initially to reduce this barrier
Created by: LisaSceviour